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Python library for easily displaying tabular data in a visually appealing ASCII table format

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PLTable is a Python library designed to make it quick and easy to represent tabular data in visually appealing ASCII tables. PLTable is a fork of PTable which was in turn originally forked from PrettyTable :

Compared to PTable, PLTable:

  • Adds table style "UNICODE_LINES" based on Ryan James's original line drawing mode at PTable boxchar branch.
  • Adds JSON Dictionary export via "get_json_dict" method. Convert it to JSON via python's built-in json import.
  • Fixes HTML export via "get_html_string" by adding proper table Title/Caption and valid xHTML parameter toggle.

You can find the full PrettyTable documentation at the PTable or PrettyTable wikis.

To install PLTable, use pip via pip install PLTable or build from source via python install.

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