Python library for easily displaying tabular data in a visually appealing ASCII table format
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 :
- PrettyTable by Luke Maurits
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.
To install PLTable, use pip via pip install PLTable or build from source via python setup.py install.
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