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    Creating table layout dynamically in android

    In first(Creating table layout from xml layout) , table layout creating with xml layout, Now creating table layout from programmatically in android.

    public class MainActivity extends Activity {
    @Override
    public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
       super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
       
       String[] row = { "ROW1", "ROW2", "Row3", "Row4", "Row 5", "Row 6",
    "Row 7" };
            String[] column = { "COLUMN1", "COLUMN2", "COLUMN3", "COLUMN4",
    "COLUMN5", "COLUMN6" };
      int rl=row.length; int cl=column.length;
       
       Log.d("--", "R-Lenght--"+rl+"   "+"C-Lenght--"+cl);
       
    ScrollView sv = new ScrollView(this);
       TableLayout tableLayout = createTableLayout(row, column,rl, cl);
       HorizontalScrollView hsv = new HorizontalScrollView(this);
       
       hsv.addView(tableLayout);
    sv.addView(hsv);
    setContentView(sv);

    }

    public void makeCellEmpty(TableLayout tableLayout, int rowIndex, int columnIndex) {
       // get row from table with rowIndex
       TableRow tableRow = (TableRow) tableLayout.getChildAt(rowIndex);

       // get cell from row with columnIndex
       TextView textView = (TextView)tableRow.getChildAt(columnIndex);

       // make it black
       textView.setBackgroundColor(Color.BLACK);
    }
    public void setHeaderTitle(TableLayout tableLayout, int rowIndex, int columnIndex){
       // get row from table with rowIndex
       TableRow tableRow = (TableRow) tableLayout.getChildAt(rowIndex);

       // get cell from row with columnIndex
       TextView textView = (TextView)tableRow.getChildAt(columnIndex);
       
       textView.setText("Hello");
    }

    private TableLayout createTableLayout(String [] rv, String [] cv,int rowCount, int columnCount) {
       // 1) Create a tableLayout and its params
       TableLayout.LayoutParams tableLayoutParams = new TableLayout.LayoutParams();
       TableLayout tableLayout = new TableLayout(this);
       tableLayout.setBackgroundColor(Color.BLACK);

       // 2) create tableRow params
       TableRow.LayoutParams tableRowParams = new TableRow.LayoutParams();
       tableRowParams.setMargins(1, 1, 1, 1);
       tableRowParams.weight = 1;

       for (int i = 0; i < rowCount; i++) {
           // 3) create tableRow
           TableRow tableRow = new TableRow(this);
           tableRow.setBackgroundColor(Color.BLACK);

           for (int j= 0; j < columnCount; j++) {
               // 4) create textView
               TextView textView = new TextView(this);
             //  textView.setText(String.valueOf(j));
               textView.setBackgroundColor(Color.WHITE);
               textView.setGravity(Gravity.CENTER);
               
               String s1 = Integer.toString(i);
    String s2 = Integer.toString(j);
    String s3 = s1 + s2;
    int id = Integer.parseInt(s3);
    Log.d("TAG", "-___>"+id);
                if (i ==0 && j==0){
                textView.setText("0==0");
                } else if(i==0){
                Log.d("TAAG", "set Column Headers");
                textView.setText(cv[j-1]);
                }else if( j==0){
                Log.d("TAAG", "Set Row Headers");
                textView.setText(rv[i-1]);
                }else {
                textView.setText(""+id);
                // check id=23
                if(id==23){
                textView.setText("ID=23");
                 
                }
                }

               // 5) add textView to tableRow
               tableRow.addView(textView, tableRowParams);
           }

           // 6) add tableRow to tableLayout
           tableLayout.addView(tableRow, tableLayoutParams);
       }

       return tableLayout;
    }
    }

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