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Print headers and rows of data in terminal

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Python Table

Print out headers and rows in to a table in the terminal.


Run pip install terminal_table to install the package.


Pass in a two dimensional list or tuple of data for the table rows and a list or tuple for the headers.

from terminal_table import Table

print(Table.create(((1, 2, 3), (5, 6, 7)), ('a', 'b', 'c')))

You can optionally pass in some text colours for the header rows and columns with AnsiColours

    from terminal_table import Table
    from ansi_colours import AnsiColours as Colour

    table = Table.create(
            (1, "Johnathon", "Pollitt", "Seres"),
            (2, "Nerita", "Beetham", "Guanshan"),
            [3, "Celia", "Cawsby", "Łaskarzew"],
            [4, "Carolin", "Muggleston", "Beishan"],
            (5, "Homere", "Caird", "Shuangzhu"),
            (6, "Conrado", "Wethey", "Yezhi"),
            (7, "Winifred", "Malloch", "Orekhovo - Borisovo Severnoye"),
            (8, "Ag", "Wardley", "Buenos Aires"),
            (9, "Shelby", "Janiak", "Skänninge"),
            (10, "Sully", "McIlmurray", "Huxiaoqiao")
        ("ID", "First Name", "Last Name", "City"),

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