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    Question Java and Flickr - Help with Inheritance between Main Class and sub-class

    Dear all,

    I have been doing a small program which can help user search general photos by keywords and can retrieve most recent general uploads from Flickr.

    I created 4 classes:

    testUserInterface => to build all components for interface.

    Link to view my code of testUserInterface

    testSearch => inherits interface from testUserInterface and build event action when user clicks on button start and button exit.

    Link to view my code of testSearch

    PhotoFinder => get connection to Flickr.

    Link to view my code of PhotoFinder

    PhotoPanel => displays photos on this panel.

    Link to view my code of PhotoPanel

    When I select sub-menu "Search Photos" from class testUserInterface, a search panel is displayed with textfield and 2 buttons, start and exit.



    However, a problem occurs when I clicks start button (after entering a specific keyword).
    all photos which relates to the keyword is not shown.
    and I got problem with sub-menu instead in line 180.



    Please help me out with the problem, it drives me crazy (TT)

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    Re: Java and Flickr - Help with Inheritance between Main Class and sub-class

    hi admin, could you remove this topic, please, my problem is now solved.

    thanks a lot for your help.

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    Re: Java and Flickr - Help with Inheritance between Main Class and sub-class

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