• Subject: Re: INSERT data in JTABLE
  • From: "James H. H. Lampert" <jamesl@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 25 Dec 2000 02:31:54 -0800

Raghavendra Rao wrote:
. . .
> Yes, Thats right. I used a TableModel from the
> abstract table model. Thats where I have my
> setValueAt() method. Which I am trying to use. But
> this method accepts an Object which has the value of
> the column where i want to insert. But my problem is,
> how do we initialise this object with a string and how
> do I use the method setValueAt().
. . .

Dear Raghavendra:

I think I'm on a bit more solid ground here (it's been a while since I
coded anything involving a JTable).

When a parameter has a type of "Object," then it will accept anything
that's a subclass of Object. Which is to say, it will accept anything
other than a primitive. Strings are not primitives; they are objects of
class "String." Thus, if a parameter accepts an "Object," then it will
naturally accept a "String."

Of course, as scatterbrained as I am, I usually code with the reference
book open on my desk (or in a browser or BookManager window), regardless
of the language.   ;-)

James H. H. Lampert
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