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How can i print a Array easy.
Is there a class(for downloading), within i can print easy?
(I must printing only in Windows-OS).
Thanks
 
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What do you mean by "print"? Print to the command prompt, or print to a printer? And what's it an array of? All these would really help answer your question...

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I mean print to a printer. It's a String Array (String[][]).
With Printable, PrintJob and Pageable (etc.) is it to difficult.
Is there a simpler Solution for Printing?
Can I get a complete Class from somewhere?
 
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Hi Simon,
One approach would be to use JFreeReport:
http://www.object-refinery.com/jfreereport/index.html
It's probably not going to be simpler (you have to create a report template in XML format by hand) but you get lots of extras for free (print preview, export to PDF, headers, footers, page numbering and so on). JFreeReport is free, subject to the terms of the GNU LGPL.
Regards,
Dave Gilbert
www.object-refinery.com
 
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