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So this is roughly what I want to do. But instead of add it to an ArrayList I want to add it to a class instance and then take the Array of the class instances and put it into another class

      cbHandler = new AddPetButtonHandler();
      ebHandler = new DoneOutputButtonHandler();
    //Instatiates driver method
    public static void main(String[] args)
        PetInput ArE = new PetInput();
        ArE.driver();   //lines edited to meet JavaRanch restrictions on abbreviations
     private class AddPetButtonHandler implements ActionListener
       public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e)
         petName = String.parseString(nameTF.getText());
         petAge = Int.parseInt(ageTF.getText());
         petGender = //not sure how to store gender

What I have tried:

I've tried putting the code into an ArrayList
Tried making a mechanism to create new class instantiations
Richard MacCutchan 21-May-22 12:19pm
What is petInfo? Assuming you are trying to create a list of such items then it should be an instance of the Pet class.
Daniel Robinson 2022 22-May-22 4:00am
Oh right, so I need an instance of a Pet class so that I can create different instances of this class and place the input in these instances.
Richard MacCutchan 22-May-22 4:13am
Well that is the way most people would do it. You can then create a List<t> of those instances and process them in the same way you would a simple array. Something like:
ArrayList<Pet> pets = new ArrayList<Pet>();
Pet next = new Pet("Doberman", 12, 'M');
// etc.
Daniel Robinson 2022 22-May-22 6:54am
Brilliant, thank you so much. That's just what I've really needed to get things going

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