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Creating a Calculator with Java - Java tutorial
Today we are going to add more functionality to our User Interface by making our buttons work. In my last article on Java we learnt how to add buttons but today we will add Action Listeners to make them work. To do this, We will be writing a Java Application that adds, divides and multiplies. Just a small calculator, nothing special.
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