Description: Software with tables, including spreadsheets, often supports customizable borders. Cell borders are typically editable using a specialized component that provides end-user control over various parameters. Each side of the border can be turned on and off and may be adjusted for thickness or fill, for example. JCellBorder, which is fairly simple but useful in a wide variety of circumstances, does just that and supports the use of a standard implementation of the Swing Border interface.
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