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Passing object to JList

Rob Brew
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Hi everyone.

I want to display objects in a JList then remove an item when a button is clicked the item "bought" is bought, and the item is then removed from the list. I then want to pass the object as a variable to a method in a different class, which will remove it from an arraylist.

So far here's the relevant code:





Joanne Neal
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What's your question ?


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Rob Brew
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How do i pass a list of object "bought" to the JList and have it's title getName displayed.

How do i remove the item from the JList

Can I then pass the item to the method itemBought() which will the remove it from an ArrayList?
Joanne Neal
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Notice that the word JList in your post has been turned into a link. Following that link should get you started.
 
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