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Table.TeX in Plain TeX

Dear all

Normally we use the "Table.TeX" for aligning and formatting Tables in
Plain TeX. Unfortunately I don't have the "Table.TeX".

Can any one supply this or give any ideas of where it can be found.

Thanks and Regards
Saravanan,M.
India

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4/1/2004 3:59:49 AM
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 Saravanan_Typesetter@yahoo.co.in (Saravanan,M.) writes:
>Normally we use the "Table.TeX" for aligning and formatting Tables in
>Plain TeX. Unfortunately I don't have the "Table.TeX".

i suspect you may be thinking of tables.tex (plural tables).  that is
available on ctan, together with some documentation:

1992/08/27 |      27040 | macros/plain/contrib/tabledoc.tex
1992/08/27 |      12539 | macros/plain/contrib/tables.tex
--
Robin (http://www.tex.ac.uk/faq) Fairbairns, Cambridge

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rf53 (2582)
4/1/2004 11:55:59 AM
On Thu, 1 Apr 2004, Robin Fairbairns wrote:

>  Saravanan_Typesetter@yahoo.co.in (Saravanan,M.) writes:
> >Normally we use the "Table.TeX" for aligning and formatting Tables in
> >Plain TeX. Unfortunately I don't have the "Table.TeX".

What macros are used in your documents?

> i suspect you may be thinking of tables.tex (plural tables).  that is
> available on ctan, together with some documentation:
>
> 1992/08/27 |      27040 | macros/plain/contrib/tabledoc.tex
> 1992/08/27 |      12539 | macros/plain/contrib/tables.tex

Or maybe Michael Wichura's ca 1988 TaBlE package, which is commercial and
can be obtained from http://www.pctex.com/ and others.  This is
the package used by ConTeXt.  In Plain TeX you would see things
like:

\BeginTable
[...]
\BeginFormat
[...]
\EndFormat
[...]
\EndTable

For Ray Cowan's ca 1985 tables.tex you see something like:

\begintable
[...]
\endtable

--
George N. White III  <aa056@chebucto.ns.ca>

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aa056 (359)
4/1/2004 7:16:43 PM
Dear Sir

Many thanks to U.

I used the below code:
\BeginTable
[...]
\BeginFormat
[...]
\EndFormat
[...]
\EndTable

Thanks and Regards
Saravanan,M.
India

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4/6/2004 4:18:51 AM

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