Lesson 15 - JTable In Java Swing
In the previous lesson, Graphic Clock in Java Swing - Form Handling, we finished programming a graphic clock.
The series is coming to an end, but we've already learned quite a lot. Today,
we're going to take a look at an interesting component -
As you can guess by the name,
JTable is used to display table
values. Let's make a simple example displaying a list of people in a
JTable. We'll get them from an
ArrayList, in a real
program, they'd be displayed e.g. from a database. The approach described below
works the same for both data sources.
Designing the Form
Create a new project named
JTable and put
JButton on the form. Name
personsJTable and resize it
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