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i wanna access some button instance and test if x and y values do not exist, so i tried the following:
if( (paraname != "x" ) && ( paraname != "y") )
now it seems that they cant be accessed this way, some1 knows?
thx eric
 
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Well i don't quite understand your question, but the basic java syntax to check whether or not a variable string equals another string is to use the .equals() function.
paramname.equals("x")
 
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