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How to make multi-rows in header of jTable  RSS feed

 
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Hi Developers,

I want to make table in Java with two rows in header, like this:

|-------------------------------------------------|
|                       |              Title 2                |
|       Title 1       |------------------------------|
|                       |      Title 3     |     Tilte 4    |
|------------------|------------------------------|

For this reason I have proceed with this code in Netbeans-Java:

public table()
{
   String[][] tableHeader = new String[][] {
           new String[] {"Title1", ""},
           new String[] {"Title2", "Title3"},
           new String[] {"Title2", "Title4"}
       };
   
    DefaultTableModel model = new javax.swing.table.DefaultTableModel(new Object [][]{}, tableHeader);
       
    jTable1.setModel(model);
}

But I don't have good result.

Please help me.


 
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