I have a JTable inside a JScrollPane. My JTable has hundres of rows.
Could annyone show me the code that let a specified row of JTable
appear in the viewport of the JScrollPane (that row is seen by user)
without scrolling the JScrollPane to find out the correct row (if I have
the index of the row )
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