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Java: How to print to a scrollable dialog using a void Print() function?

There are probably a few dozen ways you could do something like this...

Start by taking a look at How to Make Dialogs for more details

The following just creates a html based list of the items...

public void showProfessorList(){
    StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder(25);
    for (int i=0; i < professorList.size();
JScrollPane(new JLabel(sb.toString),

You could get fancy and use a JList instead, but that comes down to your needs...

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