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I would like to study some code examples of Drag and Drop implemented on the rows of JTables.  

I would greatly appreciate it if anyone would send me some code via email, or point me toward any public sources of such programs.

Many thanks in advance for your help.

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You should at least comment your older questions as to whether the proposed answers are acceptable before asking new ones. You already have 5 questions running that you have not commented on....
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Visit http://www.sun.java.com they have tutorials and code snippets for what you want to know about
Cheers RPM
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No. The Sun site does NOT have "tutorials and code snippets" for drag and drop.
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Excuse me,
         Maybe I have misunderstood what you are requiring, if that is the case then perhaps you need to make you question more concise and explicit. If I do understand the question teh nyou obviously have not looked at the site very well as it seems to me that want you want is on the follwing page.

http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/dnd/sheetal.html

Perhaps before you reject an answer you might want ot post a comment as to what the problem is that way things can be sorted out in a lot more of a civilised manner without heckles being raised

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