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jtable change text in column and retrieve it

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I have a simple jtable with 2 columns, the 2nd column I don't want to be editted, but the first column the user can change.  What I want to do is when a user changes the text in the first column I want to know when this happens so that I can get the changed value and store it.

How can I acheive this?
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