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Perl extension for the automatic generation of LaTeX tables

LaTeX::Table is a Perl extension for the automatic generation of LaTeX tables

LaTeX makes professional typesetting easy. Unfortunately, this is not entirely true for tables and the standard LaTeX table macros have a rather limited functionality. LaTeX::Table supports many CTAN packages and hides the complexity of using them behind an easy and intuitive API.

This module supports multipage tables via the xtab and the longtable package. For publication quality tables it utilizes the booktabs package. It also supports the tabularx and tabulary packages for nicer fixed-width tables. Furthermore, it supports the colortbl package for colored tables optimized for presentations. The powerful new ctable package is supported and especially recommended when footnotes are needed. LaTeX::Table ships with some predefined, good looking themes.

This module ships with two small utilities. The first, csv2pdf is a CSV to PDF converter. It is only about 100 lines of code short and only meant as an example application, but it is already very powerful. It requires Getopt::Long, Text::CSV, LaTeX::Encode and LaTeX::Driver.

The second utility is ltpretty. It takes a lazy formatted LaTeX table from STDIN (typically piped from Vim or emacs) and outputs a completely formatted table. This makes this module not only useful for automatically generated reports, but also saves a lot of typing work in creating custom tables.

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Package version:1.0.6-1
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Filename:liblatex-table-perl_1.0.6-1_all.deb

/usr/share/man/man1/csv2pdf.1p.gz

CSV2PDF(1p)      User Contributed Perl Documentation     CSV2PDF(1p)



NAME
       csv2pdf - A simple but yet powerful LaTeX::Table example
       application.

SYNOPSIS
       csv2pdf [OPTIONS] --in in.csv [--out out.pdf]

OPTIONS
       "--sep_char"
           The separator character. Default comma ','.

       "--latex_encode"
           Use LaTeX::Encode.

       "--landscape"
           Outp
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/usr/share/man/man1/ltpretty.1p.gz

LTPRETTY(1p)     User Contributed Perl Documentation    LTPRETTY(1p)



NAME
       ltpretty - Use LaTeX::Table from within your text editor.

SYNOPSIS
         ltpretty < lazytable

DESCRIPTION
       This program takes a lazy formatted LaTeX table from STDIN
       (typically piped from Vim or emacs) and outputs a completely
       formatted table.

LAZY FORMAT
       The first line must contain
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/usr/share/man/man3/LaTeX::Table.3pm.gz

LaTeX::Table(3pm)User Contributed Perl DocumentatioLaTeX::Table(3pm)



NAME
       LaTeX::Table - Perl extension for the automatic generation of
       LaTeX tables.

VERSION
       This document describes LaTeX::Table version 1.0.6

SYNOPSIS
         use LaTeX::Table;
         use Number::Format qw(:subs);  # use mighty CPAN to format values

         my $header = [
             [ 'Item:2c', '' 
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/usr/share/man/man3/LaTeX::Table::Themes::Beamer.3pm.gz

LaTeX::Table::TheUser:Contributed PLaTeX::Table::Themes::Beamer(3pm)



NAME
       LaTeX::Table::Th
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/usr/share/man/man3/LaTeX::Table::Themes::Booktabs.3pm.gz

LaTeX::Table::TheUser:ContributedLaTeX::Table::Themes::Booktabs(3pm)



NAME
       LaTeX::Table::Th
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/usr/share/man/man3/LaTeX::Table::Themes::Classic.3pm.gz

LaTeX::Table::TheUser:Contributed)LaTeX::Table::Themes::Classic(3pm)



NAME
       LaTeX::Table::Th
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/usr/share/man/man3/LaTeX::Table::Themes::Modern.3pm.gz

LaTeX::Table::TheUser:Contributed PLaTeX::Table::Themes::Modern(3pm)



NAME
       LaTeX::Table::Th
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/usr/share/man/man3/LaTeX::Table::Themes::ThemeI.3pm.gz

LaTeX::Table::TheUser:Contributed PLaTeX::Table::Themes::ThemeI(3pm)



NAME
       LaTeX::Table::Th
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