The easiest way to create human-readable tables in Python!
StrFry - The easiest way to create human-readable tables in Python!
Strfry makes data easier to read by organizing it into table form.
What is a table?
A table is simply a iterable of one or more iterable. Lists are recommended, as some functions and methods may not work on immutables data types.
- normalize() - flip()
...More being added!
To download StrFry, either fork this github repo or simply use PyPi via pip.
$ pip install strfry
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