please help me in creating a form using Swing.

 boris <>
Sat, 11 Aug 2007 07:15:00 -0700
I am creating a form using swing through coding (not using netbeans).
Now in the form I have one JComboBox
of Country and other of State. Now I want it in such a way that when
I select a country from the Country JComboBox ,the corresponding
automatically appears in the State JComboBox. Please help.
I hope I've put up my query clearly.
Still learning java!!:)
 I am posting here a part of my coding related to my problem.
import javax.swing.*;
import java.awt.*;
class Design extends JFrame
 public Design()
  super("Tenant Form");
  setLayout(new FlowLayout());

  GridBagConstraints gbc=new GridBagConstraints();
  gbc.insets=new Insets(2,2,2,2);

  JPanel jp21=new JPanel();
  jp21.setBorder(new TitledBorder("Address Of Landlord Property"));
  jp21.setLayout(new GridBagLayout());

  JLabel l11=new JLabel("Property/House/Building Address");

  JTextArea ta11=new JTextArea(3,15);
  int v=ScrollPaneConstants.VERTICAL_SCROLLBAR_AS_NEEDED;
  JScrollPane scroll11=new JScrollPane(ta11,v,h);

  JLabel l21=new JLabel("Land Mark");

  JTextField tf21=new JTextField(15);

  JLabel l31=new JLabel("Country");

  JComboBox c11=new JComboBox();

  JLabel l41=new JLabel("State");

  JComboBox c21=new JComboBox();

  JLabel l51=new JLabel("District");

  JComboBox c31=new JComboBox();

  JLabel l61=new JLabel("City/Town");

  JTextField tf31=new JTextField(15);

  JLabel l71=new JLabel("Police District");

  JComboBox c41=new JComboBox();

  JLabel l81=new JLabel("Police Circle");

  JComboBox c51=new JComboBox();

  JLabel l91=new JLabel("Police station");

  JComboBox c61=new JComboBox();
  c61.addItem("Bani Park");
  c61.addItem("Raja Park");
  c61.addItem("Malviya Nagar");

  JLabel l101=new JLabel("Pin No.");

  JTextField tf41=new JTextField(15);

  JLabel l111=new JLabel("Phone No.(R)");

  JTextField tf51=new JTextField(15);

public class Project
 public static void main(String args[]) //main method
for the program
  Design tabbedwin= new Design();


The actual coding consist of 6 tabs each with same type of several
panels. Here I need to connect country , state and district

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