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How to bind cells to a cell?

Posted on 2001-06-03
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I use JTable and I want to bind many cells together such as micosoft Excell.
For example:
swtich
------------------
|  cell1|cell2   |
|-------|--------|

to
------------------
| (cell1 + cell2)|
|----------------|

or
-----    -----
|   |    |   |
| 1 |    |   |
|---| -->|   |
|  2|    |   |
|   |    |   |
-----    -----

Thanx.

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thanx!
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