The applet wraper aint very pretty, but it at least gives you some bars to play with.
Full "javadoc" documentation
[Summary of usage taken from the comments in the code]
/** * Listor class is vaguely like a table object. But it is simpler, * so it is both easier to understand, and easier to work with. * It allows you to lay out a basic "table" of data, and also allows * the USER to resize the rows as they desire. * * Rather than being 'cell' oriented, Listor is row oriented. * For example, you can highlight a row, but not a specific field of * a row. This simplifies things greatly. * * * There are a few hard-codes in here, but not too many. * * General use: Create a new instance of Listor, which is a subclass * of a regular AWT Panel. * You must define the number of columns you want, now and forever. * You also should define a total width currently. * * From this point, you will want to do one or more of three operations; * * Define column names, through Listor.setColName() * Define initial column widths, through Listor.setColName() * Add data rows, through Listor.addValues() * * Note that there is no "changeValues()" call; it is unneccessary, * since the values are only referenced, not copied. */ /* COPYRIGHT: Philip Brown, 2003 * You may use this code however you like, as long as * you leave this copyright notice section unchanged, and * do not hold Philip Brown liable for any issues, bugs, damages, etc. * No warantee, assumed, or implied, is given with this software, etc. etc. * * If you would like different license terms, talk to me * * http://www.bolthole.com/java/ * * END OF COPYRIGHT NOTICE */Listor.java