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JTables can work with columns that are either strings (string-columns) or simple numeric types (integer-columns, decimal-columns, float-columns). You can even work with columns that are of type Date or DateTime. The JTable class supports indexing of all columns, or individual columns if you use two index-fields per column. It can handle columns with mixed types, like column with numeric values as String and String values. JTables files are in memory, so no physical files are created. No table is ever closed. Features JTables is the basis for JArrayTable and JColletionTable classes. JTables has convenient collection methods for dealing with string-values in rows, rows as strings, rows as lists of elements or rows as dictionaries, even those with 'complex' data types, like DateTimes. JTables can also handle files that contain rows that are strings or lists of strings (CSV-like files). There is a great number of data types. Strings, integer, decimals, dates, datetimes, booleans, enumerations and user defined types. JTables can handle single/multiple columns with mixed data types and even mixed data types in one column. JTables supports convenient collection methods for dealing with rows. JTables supports many other features such as selection, filtering, sorting and daterange filters (e.g. Last month, this month, last x months, last x days, this month, this week, last week). The Features Implementation JTable is implemented as a generic (and generic-inferable) Java class. The internal data structures are generic, meaning that any primitive or reference value can be used as a value in JTable. Also any value can be used for a column, even if it is not of a type that can be used in a JTable column. For instance, one can use strings, Collections or arrays of strings in the values for a column. You do not have to explicitly specify the type of the values for a column if you want to use a column to store and display strings, lists of strings, dictionaries of strings or a mix of primitive and string values. To specify a column type, you can use the keyword in your table. For instance:




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