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How To Use TextField As Button

Kartik Raina
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Joined: Sep 16, 2010
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Hello,
I am relatively new Java ME. I was first trying to use StringItem as a Button, in which i was successful. I also found that while initializing a TextField the is an attribute for using TextField as a button (TextField.BUTTON). But it doesn't work as a button. It works just like any TextField would. Can any one please help me out.
Tim Holloway
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Wait a minute. You're expecting a Text Input control to act like a pushbutton? How do you reconcile with making it act like a Text Input control? Especially since the way you select a Text Input control for text input is to "click" on it.


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