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Radio Button Groups in JTable

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Can I have multiple radio button groups in JTable?
If yes, can you please point me an example using that?
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I am looking for having multiple radio button groups in the same column of the JTable.
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Thanks a lot to you all.
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Why did you accept that comment, they are exactly the same examples as I already posted?
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Because I found the example which was I looking for me at first sight.
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So you're saying you didn't bother even reading my comment, I'll stop wasting my time trying to help then :)
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It is not like that.
I saw your response.
There was some link missing. Some error I saw on the other link.
So I moved to check other response from the group.
Fortunately I found other link examples without error.
And So I accepted the response.
I always appreciate your response.


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