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Multiple Outputs in a Dialog Box?

Dan Bolens
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Joined: Sep 10, 2012
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One last question and then this project is finished! I need to finally output all my information gathered from this pizza program I'm making into a Dialog Box, but I have two dilemmas. The output is based off of 4 possible "if" statements currently (that just outputs in the console), and I don't know how to grabinformation from two out of the four possible "if" statements and stick it into into one Dialog Box. I've seen things like

where you just fit everything into one big command, but that doesn't solve my "if" statement problem (unless I program in 4 different possible output boxes for each scenario). The Dialog box would need to show a certain output based on what the user has entered previously (for instance, if the user entered "c" for circle instead of "r" for rectangle, the dialog box needs to display "diameter" instead of "dimensions").

Any tips?
Paul Clapham
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Was that the sort of thing you had in mind?
Dan Bolens
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Paul Clapham wrote:

Was that the sort of thing you had in mind?


Yes, it was. Would I be able to print out two things in OptionPane like that? For instance

if I have a bunch of output from a second if statement that I need to include?
Paul Clapham
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Of course.
 
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