Complex message arguments : JOptionPane Dialog « Swing « Java Tutorial

The message argument not only supports displaying an array of strings, but it also can support an array of any type of object. If the element is an Icon, the icon is placed within a JLabel,

Complex message arguments
import javax.swing.ImageIcon;
import javax.swing.JButton;
import javax.swing.JDialog;
import javax.swing.JOptionPane;
import javax.swing.JSlider;

public class ComplexMessageDemo {

  public static void main(String[] a) {

    Object complexMsg[] = { "Above Message", new ImageIcon("yourFile.gif"), new JButton("Hello"),
        new JSlider(), new ImageIcon("yourFile.gif"), "Below Message" };

    JOptionPane optionPane = new JOptionPane();
    JDialog dialog = optionPane.createDialog(null, "Width 100");

14.56.JOptionPane Dialog
14.56.1.Creating a JOptionPane
14.56.2.The JOptionPane Message Argument is an Object, not a String.
14.56.3.The JOptionPane Message Type and Icon Arguments
14.56.4.The JOptionPane Option Type Argument
14.56.5.The JOptionPane Options and Initial Value Arguments
14.56.6.JOptionPane Option Position Constants
14.56.7.Using JOptionPane to Display a Message
14.56.8.Using JOptionPane to Prompt User Confirmation
14.56.9.Using JOptionPane to prompt user confirmation: a demoUsing JOptionPane to prompt user confirmation: a demo
14.56.10.Using JOptionPane to Obtain User Input
14.56.11.Using JOptionPane with a predefined selectionsUsing JOptionPane with a predefined selections
14.56.12.Display JOptionPane
14.56.13.JOptionPane Utility Class: Get selection from JOptionPaneJOptionPane Utility Class: Get selection from JOptionPane
14.56.14.Message Pop-UpsMessage Pop-Ups
14.56.15.Confirm Pop-UpsConfirm Pop-Ups
14.56.16.Input Pop-UpsInput Pop-Ups
14.56.17.Big value list for JOptionInput DialogBig value list for JOptionInput Dialog
14.56.18.Option Pop-UpsOption Pop-Ups
14.56.19.String Array Option PopupsString Array Option Popups
14.56.20.Complex message argumentsComplex message arguments
14.56.21.Adding Components to the Button Area: Using JOptionPane with a JButton containing a text label and an iconAdding Components to the Button Area: Using JOptionPane with a JButton containing a text label and an icon
14.56.22.Sample JOptionPane in a JDialogSample JOptionPane in a JDialog
14.56.23.Instant Input DialogsInstant Input Dialogs
14.56.25.Dialog without parent componentDialog without parent component
14.56.26.To displays a dialog with a list of choices in a drop-down list boxTo displays a dialog with a list of choices in a drop-down list box
14.56.27.Understanding the Message PropertyUnderstanding the Message Property
14.56.28.Using JOptionPane with a JSliderUsing JOptionPane with a JSlider
14.56.29.Displaying Multiline MessagesDisplaying Multiline Messages
14.56.30.Setting JOptionPane button labels to FrenchSetting JOptionPane button labels to French
14.56.31.Tip Of Day Dialog
14.56.32.About dialogAbout dialog
14.56.33.Create a Confirm Dialog Box
14.56.34.Create a Message Dialog Box
14.56.35.Yes no cancel dialog
14.56.36.OK cancel option dialog
14.56.37.Dialog with default options
14.56.38.Customize JOptionPane buttons
14.56.39.Modal dialog with yes/no button
14.56.40.Modal dialog with OK/cancel and a text field
14.56.41.Wait for a click and then quit
14.56.42.Localize a JOptionPane dialog
14.56.43.Modifiable JOptionPane
14.56.44.Customizing a JOptionPane Look and Feel