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How to select multiple values using JCheckbox

 
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Hello all,

Can any buddy tell me, how to select multiple values using JCeckbox??? so that when i press submit button it should display all selected values.



 
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I do not understand what you want. Can you please elaborate?

As far as I got you can have as many jcheckboxes as you want and get all of them submitted on clicking submit.
 
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here i am attaching my code please go through it, here when i select multiple values and press submit button and i am getting only single value, so please help me to solve.


 
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Narendra kodli wrote:
here i am attaching my code please


Your code? You're Anil Kumar? Strange of you to be asking questions 12½ years after you wrote it.
http://www.codeguru.com/java/articles/567.shtml
 
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Strange of you to be asking questions 12½ years after you wrote it.



Off course it has been originally written by AnilKumar. But so what? i want my doubt got cleared? doesn't matter who have written the code.
If you know the solution then please tell me.
 
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If you are getting a single selection then you have only have one line selected in the JList.

If you want to get the number of check boxes that you have selected then you need to loop through the ListModel to check the value of each entry.

Checkbox selection has nothing to do with the selection model used by the JList.
 
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Narendra kodli wrote:Off course it has been originally written by AnilKumar. But so what? i want my doubt got cleared? doesn't matter who have written the code.


It does if you claim it's yours while you haven't written it. In this case it's probably a misunderstanding caused by the "my" part, but if you'd do it in a more serious manner you could get sued. You definitely would not want that.
 
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