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Netbeans exports earlier/wrong program version

I am using netbeans to create an app. When I export in the dist file everything’s working correctly, when I am exporting for store (to include the libraries in the .jar), netbeans exports an earlier program version. Oh and yes, I have tried restarting netbeans didn’t really do anything. This is actually the first time I encountered this issue. And

How to “require” module “gwt.user” On Java, JDK17, “module-info.java”, Netbeans, Maven (Problem Continues)

one can say that, it is a continuation of question How to “require” module “gwt.user” On Java, JDK17, “module-info.java”, Netbeans, Maven I am updating my old libraries with module-info.java files. I have a COMPLEX project named “api-log” dependent on “gwt-user”. Just for using the class com.google.web.bindery.event.shared.UmbrellaException; pom.xml: With the module-info.java below: When netbeans runs compile, it builds successfully: However, when

How to “require” module “gwt.user” On Java, JDK17, “module-info.java”, Netbeans, Maven

I am trying to keep up with the new changes in Java, one step a time. I am updating my old libraries with module-info.java files. I have a very simple project named “api-clone” dependent on “gwt-user”. pom.xml: With the module-info.java below: When netbeans runs compile, it builds successfully: However, when I look at the module-info.java file, Netbeans show error: Is

Java print() not printing until println() NetBeans

I just installed NetBeans 12.6 today, and I’m having an issue with System.out.print() in the code I pasted below. For some reason, the print() in removeValue doesn’t print until the println() in the for loop in main. When I ran this code in BlueJ, everything worked fine. Is something wrong with my NetBeans or ?? Desired output would look something

Another way except of UserInput

I would like to know how to do this with another way except of userinput? I don’t want to write the values I want to do this the user Answer I guess the following might help:

How do you transfer a variable that is within a private method ActionPerformed to another method in Java?

I created a graphical interface in a small program in Java. When you create the fields in the graphical interface, you have automatically created the actionPerformed(java.awt.event.ActionEvent evt) methods, which are automatically private methods. I created a JTextField to receive what the user types. Then I created a string variable, such as: String inputfieldinstring = inputtext.gettext().Tostring(); Then I turned into an

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