Java Swing AWT Project to Store Employee & Customer Information Inside Text File Using File Handling

Java Swing AWT Project to Store Employee & Customer Information inside Text File Using File Handling

// Java program to write a student
// information in JFrame and
// storing it in a file
 
import javax.swing.*;
import java.awt.*;
import java.awt.event.*;
import java.io.*;
 
public class GFG {
 
// Function to write a student
// information in JFrame and
// storing it in a file
public static void StudentInfo()
{
 
// Creating a new frame using JFrame
JFrame f
= new JFrame(
"Student Details Form");
 
// Creating the labels
JLabel l1, l2, l3, l4, l5;
 
// Creating three text fields.
// One for student name, one for
// college mail ID and one
// for Mobile No
JTextField t1, t2, t3;
 
// Creating two JComboboxes
// one for Branch and one
// for Section
JComboBox j1, j2;
 
// Creating two buttons
JButton b1, b2;
 
// Naming the labels and setting
// the bounds for the labels
l1 = new JLabel("Student Name:");
l1.setBounds(50, 50, 100, 30);
l2 = new JLabel("College Email ID:");
l2.setBounds(50, 120, 120, 30);
l3 = new JLabel("Branch:");
l3.setBounds(50, 190, 50, 30);
l4 = new JLabel("Section:");
l4.setBounds(420, 50, 70, 30);
l5 = new JLabel("Mobile No:");
l5.setBounds(420, 120, 70, 30);
 
// Creating the textfields and
// setting the bounds for textfields
t1 = new JTextField();
t1.setBounds(150, 50, 130, 30);
t2 = new JTextField();
t2.setBounds(160, 120, 130, 30);
t3 = new JTextField();
t3.setBounds(490, 120, 130, 30);
 
// Creating two string arrays one for
// braches and other for sections
String s1[]
= { " ", "CSE", "ECE", "EEE",
"CIVIL", "MEC", "Others" };
String s2[]
= { " ", "Section-A", "Section-B",
"Section-C", "Section-D",
"Section-E" };
 
// Creating two JComboBoxes one for
// selecting branch and other for
// selecting the section
// and setting the bounds
j1 = new JComboBox(s1);
j1.setBounds(120, 190, 100, 30);
j2 = new JComboBox(s2);
j2.setBounds(470, 50, 140, 30);
 
// Creating one button for Saving
// and other button to close
// and setting the bounds
b1 = new JButton("Save");
b1.setBounds(150, 300, 70, 30);
b2 = new JButton("close");
b2.setBounds(420, 300, 70, 30);
 
// Adding action listener
b1.addActionListener(new ActionListener() {
public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e)
{
 
// Getting the text from text fields
// and JComboboxes
// and copying it to a strings
 
String s1 = t1.getText();
String s2 = t2.getText();
String s3 = j1.getSelectedItem() + "";
String s4 = j2.getSelectedItem() + "";
String s5 = t3.getText();
if (e.getSource() == b1) {
try {
 
// Creating a file and
// writing the data
// into a Textfile.
FileWriter w
= new FileWriter(
"GFG.txt", true);
 
w.write(s1 + "\n");
w.write(s2 + "\n");
w.write(s3 + "\n");
w.write(s4 + "\n");
w.write(s5 + "\n");
w.close();
}
catch (Exception ae) {
System.out.println(ae);
}
}
 
// Shows a Pop up Message when
// save button is clicked
JOptionPane
.showMessageDialog(
f,
"Successfully Saved"
+ " The Details");
}
});
 
// Action listener to close the form
b2.addActionListener(new ActionListener() {
public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e)
{
f.dispose();
}
});
 
// Default method for closing the frame
f.addWindowListener(new WindowAdapter() {
public void windowClosing(WindowEvent e)
{
System.exit(0);
}
});
 
// Adding the created objects
// to the frame
f.add(l1);
f.add(t1);
f.add(l2);
f.add(t2);
f.add(l3);
f.add(j1);
f.add(l4);
f.add(j2);
f.add(l5);
f.add(t3);
f.add(b1);
f.add(b2);
f.setLayout(null);
f.setSize(700, 600);
f.setVisible(true);
}
// Driver code
public static void main(String args[])
{
StudentInfo();
}
}

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