- Type Parameters:
S- The type of the items contained within the TableView (i.e. the same generic type as the S in TableView<S>).
T- The type of the items contained within the TableColumn.
public class TablePosition<S,T> extends TablePositionBase<TableColumn<S,T>>This class is used to represent a single row/column/cell in a TableView. This is used throughout the TableView API to represent which rows/columns/cells are currently selected, focused, being edited, etc. Note that this class is immutable once it is created.
Because the TableView can have different
selection modes, the row and column properties in TablePosition can be 'disabled' to represent an entire row or column. This is done by setting the unrequired property to -1 or null.
Modifier and Type Method Description
getColumn()The column index that this TablePosition represents in the TableView.
getTableColumn()The TableColumn that this TablePosition represents in the TableView.
getTableView()The TableView that this TablePosition is related to.
toString()Returns a string representation of this
public TablePosition(TableView<S> tableView, int row, TableColumn<S,T> tableColumn)Constructs a TablePosition instance to represent the given row/column position in the given TableView instance. Both the TableView and TableColumn are referenced weakly in this class, so it is possible that they will be null when their respective getters are called.
tableView- The TableView that this position is related to.
row- The row that this TablePosition is representing.
tableColumn- The TableColumn instance that this TablePosition represents.
public int getColumn()The column index that this TablePosition represents in the TableView. It is -1 if the TableView or TableColumn instances are null at the time the class is instantiated (i.e. it is computed at construction).
getTableViewThe TableView that this TablePosition is related to.
- the TableView
public final TableColumn<S,T> getTableColumn()The TableColumn that this TablePosition represents in the TableView.