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Hi,
I would like to write a scheduler in Java.
I'm not not sure how to begin. If anyone has some experience or idea in this area, could I get your help.
I have a mock-up of what I want to display in a word document.
It's similar to a graph display, where you can adjust the columns size of each cell in a table individually.
thanks,
Sarone
 
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The Swing Tutorial is always a good place to start. There are examples there on how to create a Swing application and more specifically as per your requirements there are examples on how to use a JTable.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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