Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Interface
javax.swing.event.TableColumnModelListener

Packages that use TableColumnModelListener
javax.swing Provides a set of "lightweight" (all-Java language) components that, to the maximum degree possible, work the same on all platforms. 
javax.swing.table Provides classes and interfaces for dealing with javax.swing.JTable
 

Uses of TableColumnModelListener in javax.swing
 

Classes in javax.swing that implement TableColumnModelListener
 class JTable
          The JTable is used to display and edit regular two-dimensional tables of cells.
protected  class JTable.AccessibleJTable
          This class implements accessibility support for the JTable class.
 

Uses of TableColumnModelListener in javax.swing.table
 

Classes in javax.swing.table that implement TableColumnModelListener
 class JTableHeader
          This is the object which manages the header of the JTable.
 

Methods in javax.swing.table that return TableColumnModelListener
 TableColumnModelListener[] DefaultTableColumnModel.getColumnModelListeners()
          Returns an array of all the column model listeners registered on this model.
 

Methods in javax.swing.table with parameters of type TableColumnModelListener
 void DefaultTableColumnModel.addColumnModelListener(TableColumnModelListener x)
          Adds a listener for table column model events.
 void TableColumnModel.addColumnModelListener(TableColumnModelListener x)
          Adds a listener for table column model events.
 void DefaultTableColumnModel.removeColumnModelListener(TableColumnModelListener x)
          Removes a listener for table column model events.
 void TableColumnModel.removeColumnModelListener(TableColumnModelListener x)
          Removes a listener for table column model events.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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