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    Post How to handle LostFocus event for TextField in J2ME?

    Hi:

    I want to handle LostFocus event for TextField in J2ME.
    So can anybody help me.....

    Thank You

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    Re: How to handle LostFocus event for TextField in J2ME?

    Its not possible in J2ME.

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    Re: How to handle LostFocus event for TextField in J2ME?

    Hi:

    Is it possible to handle LostFocus event using ItemStateListener?

    Thank You

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    Re: How to handle LostFocus event for TextField in J2ME?

    Read this once again:
    Quote Originally Posted by arpit2agrawal View Post
    Its not possible in J2ME.

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    Re: How to handle LostFocus event for TextField in J2ME?

    As said it is not possible to retrieve any event whic tells that an item has lost its focus in a form until and unless the item is a customitem.

    For more reference
    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...ad.php?t=54586

    Wang

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