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selecting row in JTextPane

 
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Hi,
I was trying out one simple example where i have one JTextPane which have multiple lines and one JButton. upon clicking button(Next) i want to select a row, on succeeding clicks i need to select next rows..... i tried below logic but did not work ...


if you have any idea like how to select a row on clicking a button next please tell me.

Thanks,
 
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Madhu,
Just a suggestion and I haven't tried it myself.
Try using a one column JTable with no gridlines or a JList.

Good Luck,
Avi.
 
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Thanks for your reply , but my experiment on jtextpane. how to get a row in jtextpane ? and how to traverse next row ?
 
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You'll have to search for the next line break character, then change the selection. If no line break character is found select until the end.
 
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I understood your point , then how to check line break character ?? is it possible?
 
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Madhu,
Following code will return the line break character:

Good Luck,
Avi.
 
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And using getText().indexOf you can find the location of the next, previous and all other line breaks.
 
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Just another cross poster. And the question is already marked as answered on the Sun forum.
http://forums.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=5348252
 
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I agree with Darryl Burke; you ought at least to point out to people on both fora that you are posting twice. Please read this FAQ.
 
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