You can build your own renderers for the cells in your table. By
default, you get renderers for
Boolean types (
JCheckBox for display and editing),
Number types (right-justified
Object types (
JTextField). However, you can specify a
particular renderer for a class type or for a particular column, or even
for a particular cell.
This interface provides access to a rendering component without defining what the component does. This works because a renderer functions by rubber-stamping a component’s image in a given location. The only method this interface defines initializes and returns just such a component:
This model takes a
value, which can also be retrieved by
getting the cell at
table, and returns a component capable
of drawing the value in a table cell (or anywhere, really). The
resulting drawing can be affected by the selection state of the
object and whether it currently has the keyboard focus.
package includes a default renderer that produces a
JLabel to display text for each cell in the
JTable class uses this
renderer to display
JTable creates a new default renderer and then aligns it correctly and attaches an appropriate icon, depending on the type ...