Java GUI Program to Add Two Numbers Using AWT

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  1. vikas says:

    “b.addActionListener(new ActionListener(){
    public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e) {
    int a = Integer.parseInt(tf1.getText());
    int b = Integer.parseInt(tf2.getText());
    int c = a + b;
    l1.setText(“Their sum is = ” + String.valueOf(c)); “”

    if i want to add more than one button such as “add” ,”sub” ,”mul” etc..
    so what is step to add more button

    • dumbitdude says:

      Initialize a new button like:

      Button b2 = new Button(“LABEL OF THE BUTTON”);

      and then set its bounds by using:

      b2.setBounds(150,250,80,70);

      Then finally use

      add(b2);

      to include it.

      Eventually, you have to create a new Action Listener Anonymous class

      b2.addActionListener(new ActionListener(){

      });

      and then specify what should happen when you click the button inside a method.

      – Scottshak

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