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Hi, I've got a JTable set up to display some data records. I need to be able to get the value at a cell when the user clicks that cell. I can add a MouseListener to the table, but the problem is all it tell's me is that the user clicked somewhere, but has no idea what the row or column of the cell was, how would I go about getting that? Oh, by the way, the table is not editable, and allows only single, non-row, selections.
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Jeff
 
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In your mouse event code put in this:
Point pnt = evt.getPoint();
int row = table.rowAtPoint(pnt);
int col = table.columnAtPoint(pnt);
 
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Thanks, that's exactly what I needed.
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