Provided by: libtext-formattable-perl_1.03-1_all
Text::FormatTable - Format text tables
my $table = Text::FormatTable->new('r|l'); $table->head('a', 'b'); $table->rule('='); $table->row('c', 'd'); print $table->render(20);
Text::FormatTable renders simple tables as text. You pass to the constructor (new) a table format specification similar to LaTeX (e.g. "r|l|5l|R|20L") and you call methods to fill the table data and insert rules. After the data is filled, you call the render method and the table gets formatted as text. Methods: new($format) Create a Text::FormatTable object, the format of each column is specified as a character of the $format string. The following formats are defined: l Left-justified top aligned word-wrapped text. L Left-justified bottom aligned word-wrapped text. r Right-justified top aligned word-wrapped text. R Right-justified bottom aligned word-wrapped text. 10R, 20r, 15L, 12l, Number is fixed width of the column. Justified and aligned word-wrapped text (see above). ' ' A space. | Column separator. head($col1, $col2, ...) Add a header row using $col1, $col2, etc. as cell contents. Note that, at the moment, header rows are treated like normal rows. row($col1, $col2, ...) Add a row with $col1, $col2, etc. as cell contents. rule([$char]) Add an horizontal rule. If $char is specified it will be used as character to draw the rule, otherwise '-' will be used. render([$screen_width]) Return the rendered table formatted with $screen_width or 79 if it is not specified.
Copyright (c) 2001-2004 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich. (c) 2009 Trey Harris All Rights Reserved. This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
David Schweikert <email@example.com> Maintained by Trey Harris <firstname.lastname@example.org> Fixed column width and bottom alignment written by Veselin Slavov <email@example.com>