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JTable.DropLocation


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Class JTable.DropLocation

    • Method Detail

      • getRow

        public int getRow()
        Returns the row index where a dropped item should be placed in the table. Interpretation of the value depends on the return of isInsertRow(). If that method returns true this value indicates the index where a new row should be inserted. Otherwise, it represents the value of an existing row on which the data was dropped. This index is in terms of the view.

        -1 indicates that the drop occurred over empty space, and no row could be calculated.

        Returns:
        the drop row
      • getColumn

        public int getColumn()
        Returns the column index where a dropped item should be placed in the table. Interpretation of the value depends on the return of isInsertColumn(). If that method returns true this value indicates the index where a new column should be inserted. Otherwise, it represents the value of an existing column on which the data was dropped. This index is in terms of the view.

        -1 indicates that the drop occurred over empty space, and no column could be calculated.

        Returns:
        the drop row
      • isInsertRow

        public boolean isInsertRow()
        Returns whether or not this location represents an insert of a row.
        Returns:
        whether or not this is an insert row
      • isInsertColumn

        public boolean isInsertColumn()
        Returns whether or not this location represents an insert of a column.
        Returns:
        whether or not this is an insert column
      • toString

        public String toString()
        Returns a string representation of this drop location. This method is intended to be used for debugging purposes, and the content and format of the returned string may vary between implementations.
        Overrides:
        toString in class TransferHandler.DropLocation
        Returns:
        a string representation of this drop location


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