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Java - IDE NetBeans - Upgrading excel-like spreadhseet to the windows-like desktop application

Java - IDE NetBeans - Upgrading excel-like spreadhseet to the windows-like desktop application

Java - IDE NetBeans - Upgrading excel-like spreadhseet to the windows-like desktop application

(OP)
Hello All,

I am doing my best, learning Java as a very beginner and my very first purpose is to produce small GUI desktop app for quick engineering calculation.
For GUI app I already found IDE NetBeans will be efficient for me.

My question is simple (please excuse me this, still at the beginning of the learning curve), how to create table with data which will enable to select particular cell?

Best regards!

RE: Java - IDE NetBeans - Upgrading excel-like spreadhseet to the windows-like desktop application

(OP)
Thanks Diancecht, I will follow this procedure soon.
BTW, may I ask you why do you think it is a hard hit?
Contrary to this, I hope there is no need to know exactly all Java functions, when I need to know e.g. how to make a button and assign action, select some cell from the shown table, input mathematical formula as an output, all these with assistance of JForm so I do not need to remember coding for windows, buttons etc. Cannot be so hard to achieve this, or, if it is hard, why is so?
Thank you for contribution.

RE: Java - IDE NetBeans - Upgrading excel-like spreadhseet to the windows-like desktop application

I'm not sure I understand what you're trying to do. My point is the there are a few steps in the learing curve before reaching the GUI part: https://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/

Cheers,
Dian

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