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    Default RowFilter.regexFilter

    Hi

    RowFilter.regexFilter does this work only for the first column of a jtable ?

    or is it possible to set filter for the other columns also ?

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    Default RowFilter.regexFilter

    after playing around sometime got it to works thanks any way

    is there a way to remove this filter ? after setting it ?

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    Default RowFilter.regexFilter

    setting filter for many columns -- works

    RowFilter.regexFilter("Am",6);

    i.e. this filters in the 6th column all entries starting with "Am"

    i want to now reset this filter or to in other words , remove this filter

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    Default hashtable

    Sorry for not being clear .

    after doing some research in internet found the following post which is what i was trying to do.

    I was trying to use HashTable for duplicate keys which i found not possible , since it ll always overwrite the last entry

    There is a description of either to use Multimap or to build our multimap in this post .. perhaps its useful for people who are looking for similar solutions

    collections - Multi-valued hashtable in Java - Stack Overflow

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