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    command type

    To create a command, we have to give the command type. For example,
    Command.OK , Command.SCREEN
    But the purpose of the command type is just to give us information that how we will use that command.
    For example, we use the command type as Command.BACK.
    But if we want to move back to the previous screen after choosing a button, it is not enough that only using Command.BACK type. We have to write the coding ourselves to move back to the previous screen. Is that right?


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    Re: command type

    Hi,
    Quote Originally Posted by komomo View Post
    We have to write the coding ourselves to move back to the previous screen. Is that right?
    Yes, you are right. We have to imlement what should happen, when a command is fired in the command listener.

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    Re: command type

    f we want to move back to the previous screen after choosing a button, it is not enough that only using Command.BACK type. We have to write the coding ourselves to move back to the previous screen. Is that right?
    Yes, you have to Implement your own - solution approach can be, that every screen has a reference to the previous screen displayable Object and if user presses Back you just set that as the current displayable.

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    Thanks,
    Ekta

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    Re: command type

    yes u have to write the code for every action u wanna perform. For your threads just check out All threads of urs in ur profile at Forum Nokia
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    jitu_goldie..

    KEEP TRYING..

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