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JTable and cell aligning

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How do I right-align data in one of my JTable cells? I know that by default integer values are right aligned, but I have a string in my JTable representing an integer -- so can't use that. I read that I can use DefaultTableCellRenderer, I tried it, but it has no affect on my code. What am I doing wrong?
This is what I have:
model=new com.kwi.ChildOrdModel(model1);
ordbox=new JTable(model);
ordbox.setPreferredScrollableViewportSize(new Dimension(650,192));
DefaultTableCellRenderer Quantity = new DefaultTableCellRenderer();
TableColumnModel columns = ordbox.getColumnModel();
thanks in advance,
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hi Alex,
What's this Quantity variable?
try this:
MyCellRenderer extends JLabel implements TableCellRenderer
public Component getComponent(// args)
return this;
I've not tested this code. maybe something will be missing, but I hope it gives you an idea.
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