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David Coello
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Hello forum members,

I am currently working on an applet and need to include a clear or reset button and have researched with no solution found. I want to reset the name text field to be blank and ready to receive a new name.

Any help is appreciated. Thank you.

My code as follows:

 
Paul Clapham
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Then you would put a line of code between lines 145 and 146 to do that. Was that your question? Or did you mean to ask which line of code you should put there?
 
Naishadh Parmar
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Put these lines of code between the lines 145 to 146:

 
David Coello
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Thank you so much Paul and Naishadh for your help; I actually played around with the code before posting for help and almost got to that same code, but this worked perfect, thank you I appreciate it!!
 
David Coello
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Hi, well I thought of another quick question. When I run the applet on Eclipse, the labels are all over the applet.

1.- Is there a way to organize the applet contents, like in columns or rows.
2. Is there a way to move the second part of the applet. (name, gender, age, etc.), I would like to move it down a little to make more room for the labels.

Your help is really appreciated.

Thank you.

David
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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