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Display zeros as blanks in JTable

 
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I have a JTable that has a couple of columns that are of the Double class. If there happens to be a zero value, I want it to display as blanks. How can I accomplish this without making the column type String?
I want to keep the Double column class because I am allowing sorting on this column.
Any ideas?
Thanks!
 
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You will probably need to create a custom cell renderer. That will let you override the default behaviour of how the cell is displayed. There's some basic info in the java table tutorial here:
http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/uiswing/components/table.html
 
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