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JTable(Vector param1, Vector param2)

 
Gregg Bolinger
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Recently I have learned that an ArrayList is acually better than a Vector because it is faster. Does anyone know why Sun would not have included a method in there JTable to accept ArrayLists as parameters?
 
Roy Ben Ami
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good question
maybe because of backward compatibality.....
anyway it is very annoying to use the Vectors when constructing a JTable and i agree with you.
 
Chantal Ackermann
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hi,
Vector is synchronized while ArrayList is initially not. If they would accept an ArrayList as argument they would have to make sure that it's synchronized. Not, that this is a big problem.
I think they just didn't change the implementation of DefaultTableModel which uses Vector though they are propagating the use of ArrayList to everyone else.
Anyway, as Vector is a subtype of collection it's not that difficult to use ArrayLists and initialize a JTable using a vector, nonetheless:
ArrayList data = new ArrayList();
JTable table = new JTable(new Vector(data));
Another possibility is to create your own TableModel which uses a synchronized ArrayList or HashMap or whatever is the most efficient container in this case.
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