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implement equivalent of JTable, TableModel, table cell renderer in java.awt

Posted on 2007-11-30
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Hi,

I need to create a generic table component in java.awt - similar to that in JTable with a tableModel equivalent and table cell renderer. Just wondering has anyone done this before?

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not that i've seen, would be a fair bit of work.
have u looked at SWT
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Can't use SWT
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