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Selecting a single cell in a JTable

 
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I need to find a way to select a single cell in a JTable. I know how to configure so that the user can select a single row or a single column, but how should I configure so that only one cell can be selected?
If that is not possible, then how can I get the cell in a row that has focus? When the user clicks one cell, the whole row is selected, but only that cell that is clicked has focus. What method can return the cell, or column of the cell that has focus?
 
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So, you want to set the cell selection enabled? (hint, hint)
 
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Oh, setCellSelectionEnabled(boolean)? I didn't notice that one. Thank you.
 
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