I have tried hard for it but not able to solve. ]]>

Rite me at peggy.boustany@pigefolio.com (The person have to speek french and be in Montreal )

Peggy ;p

]]>Rite me at peggy.boustany@pigefolio.com (The person have to speek french and be in Montreal )

Peggy ;p

]]>Rite me at peggy.boustany@pigefolio.com (The person have to speek french and be in Montreal )

Peggy ;p

]]>I have been out of coding for quite a few years, and didn’t have a clue how to do it in Java.

Thanks again,

Tone

I have been out of coding for quite a few years, and didn’t have a clue how to do it in Java.

Thanks again,

Tone

I have been out of coding for quite a few years, and didn’t have a clue how to do it in Java.

Thanks again,

Tone

you can do it like that:

//create new integer

int i = 83;

int result = 0;

result = i * i; //result of 83 * 83

To get a integer from an EditField you can do the following:

//first you need to create a new EditField:

EditField ef = new EditField(“Enter a Number:”,”123″);

//now, to get the integer from that EditField you do the following:

int e = Integer.parseInt(ef.getText()); //parsed to Integer

//make sure that the entered value in the EditField is of type integer

Now in the ‘e’ Variable you have the value from the Field.

You can add or subtract it now:

result = 12313 – e; //the result is 12313 minus the field-entry

Does it work for you? If not, just post again here!

]]>you can do it like that:

//create new integer

int i = 83;

int result = 0;

result = i * i; //result of 83 * 83

To get a integer from an EditField you can do the following:

//first you need to create a new EditField:

EditField ef = new EditField(“Enter a Number:”,”123″);

//now, to get the integer from that EditField you do the following:

int e = Integer.parseInt(ef.getText()); //parsed to Integer

//make sure that the entered value in the EditField is of type integer

Now in the ‘e’ Variable you have the value from the Field.

You can add or subtract it now:

result = 12313 – e; //the result is 12313 minus the field-entry

Does it work for you? If not, just post again here!

]]>Thanks!

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