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GUI: Contents Tree

 
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How can I build and use GUI, 'Contents' tree structure. Please do the needful.
The structure required is as:

+ Main Data
+ Data1
- Data2
+ Page 1
.
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Note: For clarity please click F1 for the Mozilla browser, then the help file pops up. The 'contents' structure, is what I'M willing to code and use.
 
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How can I build and use GUI, 'Contents' tree structure.



Is this for a web / html based user interface or a standalone desktop interface?

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Sorry for delayed reply!

I want to design for stand-alone system, a GUI based application showing hierarchy of blood relationships. Maybe further version, an online one with HTML.
 
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javax.swing.JTree is what you need in stand-alone applications.
 
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