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colspan feature for the HTML Table

 
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Hello all I am using HTMLTable of import com.google.gwt.user.client.ui.HTMLTable I instantiated it like below:



Number of rows and columns are decided by the user input. Now I want to used colspan for the specific rows of the table.

One way to this is apply css to the that specific row.But problem with this is that Number of column to span are decided by the user input, i.e It may vary every time. So by using css it is something like making it static.

So I want to know the way through which I can do colspan on the rows of the table. and Number of column to span is different every time.

Thanks in advance
 
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Check out FlexTable. Then you can use FlexTable#getFlexCellFormatter().setColumnSpan()
 
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