# klatabular 0.2.0

klatabular is a small program that can help generate content to latex tabular environments.

klatabular is a small program that can help generate content to latex tabular environments.

It can use the data as is, truncate to integers or round to a user defined precision in float and exponential format.

The output is ready to paste into latex.

The syntax for the command line version is as follows:

./latabular -f0s,1i,2f,2f5,2e,3e5 data.dat

This means:

parse the file 'data.dat'.

Use the format specified with -f:

0s zeroth column as string (As in the datafile)

1i first column as integer (Truncate)

2f second column as float

2f5 secont column as float with precision 5

2e third column with eksponential notation

2e5 third column with eksponential notation with precision 4

In general use:

-fC[T[P]][,C[T[P]]][...]

where C is column

T is type: s,i,f or e

P is precision, only applicable for types f and e

In the gui do not use -f just put e.g. 0s,1i,2f,2f5,2e,3e5 in the format field.

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· Bugfix: tab as separator

· Feature: Modifier -- multiply a column with an arbitrary factor.

It can use the data as is, truncate to integers or round to a user defined precision in float and exponential format.

The output is ready to paste into latex.

**Usage:**The syntax for the command line version is as follows:

./latabular -f0s,1i,2f,2f5,2e,3e5 data.dat

This means:

parse the file 'data.dat'.

Use the format specified with -f:

0s zeroth column as string (As in the datafile)

1i first column as integer (Truncate)

2f second column as float

2f5 secont column as float with precision 5

2e third column with eksponential notation

2e5 third column with eksponential notation with precision 4

In general use:

-fC[T[P]][,C[T[P]]][...]

where C is column

T is type: s,i,f or e

P is precision, only applicable for types f and e

In the gui do not use -f just put e.g. 0s,1i,2f,2f5,2e,3e5 in the format field.

**Requirements:**·

**KDE 4.x****What's New**in This Release:· Bugfix: tab as separator

· Feature: Modifier -- multiply a column with an arbitrary factor.

- last updated on:
- May 3rd, 2008, 13:30 GMT
- price:
- FREE!
- developed by:
**Troels Kofoed Jacobsen**- license type:
- GPL (GNU General Public License)
- category:
- ROOT \ Text Editing&Processing \ Others

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