After making a table, you need to insert the data in a table. This tutorial helps you in how to insert rows in a JTable to specified locations or places according to its field. For inserting a row in JTable component, you will require to insert it into its table model object.
Description of program:
This program creates a table by using the JTable constructor that contains 3 rows and 2 columns. If you want to insert a data at any location by using the insertRow() method that contains its position and data, you have to define the position and data of the inserting data. All the data will be add in this table model. This table model supports for inserting the data in the row by using the DefaultTableModel.
Description of code:
DefaultTableModel(Object data, Object col):
This method creates a DefaultTableModel and initializes the table that will pass in it. It takes the following arguments:
is the object that adds in a table.
col: This is a column object that adds in the table.
insertRow(int row_index, Object data):
Above method is used to insert sa row at specified location. It takes the following parameters:
This is the index of row that to be added.
data: This is the data that have to add in the table.
Here is the code of program:
Output of program:
Before inserting data in the JTable
After inserting data in the JTable
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