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Thread: checkbox on a JTable

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    Default checkbox on a JTable

    Hi guys, How can I put a checkbox inside a JTable?
    please help me. Thank you.

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    Default Re: checkbox on a JTable

    Have a look at the Oracle tutorials. There's example code.

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