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Hi guys

I am doing one application with a lot of screens. As I have been doing till now I have each and every screen as a seperate function in a midlet but for improving the object orientedness I am planning to go in for seperate classes for every screen and a seperate controller class in the centre . Now will the creation of these extra classes be a concern in the normal J2ME scenarios ??

Also is there any other good design availaible for handling such scenarios where you need flow control across multiple screens???

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M.Kartik
 
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Answer to question 1: NO
Answer to question 2: NO

Sorry for the small delay in clearing up your doubts.

Hope it'll be helpful
 
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