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File open dialog box with swing or awt in Java 2SE

SatanHardCoderSatanHardCoder Posts: 4Member
My first problem about accessing windows registry was solved by zibadien, now the new issue arised in the development of my application installer project is how to show an open common dialog box in java like we do in VB6.A code example would be more helpfull being a novice java student.
Thanks in advance.
Hazem K Mammu
hazemkmammu@gmail.com

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  • zibadianzibadian Posts: 6,349Member
    : My first problem about accessing windows registry was solved by zibadien, now the new issue arised in the development of my application installer project is how to show an open common dialog box in java like we do in VB6.A code example would be more helpfull being a novice java student.
    : Thanks in advance.
    : Hazem K Mammu
    : hazemkmammu@gmail.com
    :
    Check out the FileDialog or JFileChooser class.
  • SatanHardCoderSatanHardCoder Posts: 4Member
    : : My first problem about accessing windows registry was solved by zibadien, now the new issue arised in the development of my application installer project is how to show an open common dialog box in java like we do in VB6.A code example would be more helpfull being a novice java student.
    : : Thanks in advance.
    : : Hazem K Mammu
    : : hazemkmammu@gmail.com
    : :
    : Check out the FileDialog or JFileChooser class.
    :

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