Jlist

JList is a Java Swing component that displays a list of objects and allows the user to select one or more items

Jtable

JTable is a Java Swing component used to display and edit regular two-dimensional tables of cells.



Rendering strategy listcellrenderer

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"I think jtable would be better jcomponents as jlist because there you can implements tablecelleditor maybe example with similair output here"

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JButton in JList Handling

"I don t really think that jtable will help you here anyhow better than jlist - it has the same rendering strategy"

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Java styling JList for a chat

"Again use a listcellrenderer to customise the look of the jlist to your needs;you should also consider using a jtable which is better at displaying structured data see how to use tables for more details"

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How to make a relation beetween a JComboBox and a JList like in a Database(1:toMany)?

"Don t use a jlist;a jtable is better for displaying data in columns"

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[ NOT SOLVE] issue with list model list.removeAllElements java swing

"Se a jtable with a jradiobutton in one column;not much better then the jlist but the jlist provides a slightly better visual cue"

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JOptionPane inputDialog method doesn`t show horizontal scroll bar instead stretch the width of dialog with the largest data in the list

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You could use the key bindings api to add support but it s not intuitive and now you implementing functionality you d get for free using a jtable based solution anyway generally speaking it s not intuitive as jlist is not meant to be editable so most users won t have that expectation mindset and it could cause frustration for the user as their expected results don t meet what your program is now doing

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Checkboxes in jcombobox : never checked

Jlist is not yet editable and might never be;jtable would handle the layout problems for you and you can easily access the values via the table

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Java Swing Scrollpane in NetBeans

A jlist would probably be better than a jtable

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Java Thumbnail View

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