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Accessing Socket in actionPerformed function

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I have a Main class that creates the Socket object, and a UserLogin class that has a GUI to get some text as input.
My problem is that I am not able to access the same Socket object within the actionPerformed function of UserLogin.
I mean s.isClosed() returns TRUE within submitActionPerformed(ActionEvent ae)

I tried to solve it by making it final... but didn't work.



 
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