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Thread: JTable Quick Help

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    Default JTable Quick Help

    Ok, so I've been googling for like 10 minutes now and found nothing. Quick question.

    I have a JTable with two columns. How can I make it so the first column cannot be edited but the second still can?


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    Default Re: JTable Quick Help

    Override isCellEditable(...) to return true when column == 0 and false otherwise.

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