/**
 * Help me to solve this one
 * 
 * The input for input dialog should appear at right textfield 
 *
 * ex. your firstname? >>> john
 * john should appear at the textfield label firstname
 */



import java.applet.*;
import java.awt.*;
import java.awt.event.*;
import javax.swing.JOptionPane;



public class Info extends Applet {



    Label fn,ln,age,gender,course;
    TextField txt1,txt2,txt3,txt4,txt5;
    CheckboxGroup cbg1,cbg2;
    Checkbox male,female,bsit,bsn,bshrm,bsce;


    public void init()
    {
        String fname;
        String lname;
        String age1;



        lname = JOptionPane.showInputDialog("Your LastName ?");
        fname = JOptionPane.showInputDialog("Your FirstName ?");
        age1 = JOptionPane.showInputDialog("Your Age ?");




        setLayout(null);
        cbg1 = new CheckboxGroup();
        cbg2 = new CheckboxGroup();
        ln = new Label("LastName :");
        fn = new Label("FirstName :");
        age = new Label("Age :");
        gender = new Label("Gender :");
        course = new Label("Course :");
        txt1 = new TextField(20);
        txt2 = new TextField(20);
        txt3 = new TextField(20);
        txt4 = new TextField(20);
        txt5 = new TextField(20);
        male = new Checkbox("Male",cbg1,false);
        female = new Checkbox("Female",cbg1,false);
        bsit = new Checkbox("BSIT",cbg2,false);
        bsn = new Checkbox("BSN",cbg2,false);
        bshrm = new Checkbox("BSHRM",cbg2,false);
        bsce = new Checkbox("BSCE",cbg2,false);

        add(fn);
        add(ln);
        add(age);
        add(gender);
        add(course);
        add(txt1);
        add(txt2);
        add(txt3);
        add(txt4);
        add(txt5);
        add(male);
        add(female);
        add(bsit);
        add(bsn);
        add(bshrm);
        add(bsce);



        ln.setBounds(30,40,80,20);
        txt1.setBounds(110,40,100,18);
        fn.setBounds(30,60,80,20);
        txt2.setBounds(110,60,100,18);
        age.setBounds(30,80,80,20);
        txt3.setBounds(110,80,50,18);
        gender.setBounds(30,100,80,20);
        male.setBounds(110,100,50,18);
        female.setBounds(180,100,150,18);
        course.setBounds(30,120,80,20);
        bsit.setBounds(110,120,50,18);
        bsn.setBounds(110,140,50,18);
        bshrm.setBounds(110,160,65,18);
        bsce.setBounds(110,180,50,18);

    }
}

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Hi Darren

Please start your own new thread for your question - do not hijack other people's old threads. Don't forget to ask clearly what help you need, and show what you have done so far. Someone will help you.

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tx1.setText(JOptionPane.showInputDialog("Your LastName ?"));

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Hi Darren

Please start your own new thread for your question - do not hijack other people's old threads. Don't forget to ask clearly what help you need, and show what you have done so far. Someone will help you.

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