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Parser of string representation tables

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Parser of string representation tables, input example:

header_1st_col   | header_2nd_col   |\n
row_1_of_1st_col | row_1_of_2nd_col |\n
row_2_of_1st_col | row_2_of_2nd_col |

Parsed information can be accessed by rows:

[{'header_1st_col': 'row_1_of_1st_col', 'header_2nd_col': 'row_1_of_2nd_col'},
 {'header_1st_col': 'row_2_of_1st_col', 'header_2nd_col': 'row_2_of_2nd_col'}]

As well as by columns:

{'header_1st_col': ['row_1_of_1st_col', 'row_2_of_1st_col'],
  header_2nd_col': ['row_1_of_2nd_col', 'row_2_of_2nd_col']}


['header_1st_col', 'header_2nd_col', 'header_3rd_col']

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