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I heard you need to use threads to do it, but I have yet to actually see someone implement it. Here is the output of what it looks like: QVDFPk ______________________________________________________ public class frame extends JPanel implements Runnable ___________________________________________________ //bunch of imports public class Text Box implements Runnable As for updating a field in another class, you should give the class that holds the field a public method that other classes can call that changes the state of that field.I have provided my code below as simply as possible. For instance if you want to allow another class to change the text in a and when I do it from my main class it works, but any other classes it doesnt. I heard you need to use threads to do it, but I have yet to actually see someone implement it. I have provided my code below as simply as possible. //JScroll Pane variable pane initialized with JText Area area //We will update area with new text JText Area temp = (JText Area) View Port()View(); //new text to add JText Area c = new JText Area(); c.append("text \n)"; //update through pointers temp = c; pane.validate(); Thank you for your interest in this question.Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count). I am creating a gui and setup a JText Pane to act as a log while stuff is happening in the gui.
I assume there are functions to handle this, but I have been searching for a couple days now and have come up empty.Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?programming forums Java Mobile Certification Databases Caching Books Engineering Micro Controllers OS Languages Paradigms IDEs Build Tools Frameworks Application Servers Open Source This Site Careers Other all forums Hi, I am working on a GUI development for back-end processing. The user selects the file to be processed and click Submit. I have a main class where i create JPanel add components of JText Fields, Buttons etc. I create a Swing Worker class and push the result to the JText Area. Regarding the calling of append Log, it happens as below inside action Performed method which is invoked when submit button is clicked. Class names should begin with an upper-case letter and variable and field names with a lower-case letter. Changing the state of one will have no effect on the other.
Also, why are you having your component classes implement Runnable and then putting them in Threads. To understand Swing threading, please read Concurrency in Swing. I have a question for my Java GUI program so, here it is.