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Updating JTable column name dynamically

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Hi

I would like to update column name in JTable dynamically.

Ex: I have column by name " Amount ". Based on currency selection made by user like USD or YEN or INR, my column name should change to

"Amount [USD]".

Any example would be of great help.

Thanks,
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