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Thread: Help me please, Jtable

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    Default Help me please, Jtable

    I need a Code for Jtable.
    Now I do the forecasting results. With the values ​​into CSV files.
    I want to edit cell in a CSV file via Jtable.
    It can be done or not. If possible, Help me.

    I use JDK 1.7 and Netbean


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    Default Re: Help me please, Jtable

    What exactly is your question? Is it: can I load data from a CSV file into a JTable? If so, then the answer is yes, you *probably* can. Your best bet is to use a dedicated CSV file reader to read your CSV file (unless it is guaranteed to be the most simple of CSV files), and then put that data into a TableModel such as an AbstractTableModel.

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