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Updated tables with more efficient head code

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Kenneth John Odle 4 months ago
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@ -401,9 +401,10 @@ Many packages introduce additional environments. For other useful environments t
colspec = { X[1,l] X[2,l] X[1,l] },
hlines = {0.75pt,solid},
vline{1,4} = {0.75pt,solid},
rows = {5mm, m, rowsep=1.5pt}
rows = {5mm, m, rowsep=1.5pt},
row{1} = {font=\bfseries},
}
\textbf{Effect} & \textbf{Code} & \textbf{Example} \\
Effect & Code & Example \\
Bold & \Verb+\textbf{Bold}+ & \textbf{Bold} \\
Italic & \Verb+\textit{Italic}+ & \textit{Italic} \\
Slanted & \Verb+\textsl{Slanted}+ & \textsl{Slanted} \\
@ -459,9 +460,10 @@ You can also change the size of a portion of text locally. These are the default
colspec = { X[1,c] X[1,c] },
hlines = {0.75pt,solid},
vlines = {0.75pt,solid},
rows = {5mm, m, rowsep=1.5pt}
rows = {5mm, m, rowsep=1.5pt},
row{1} = {font=\bfseries},
}
\textbf{Markup} & \textbf{Renders as} \\
Markup & Renders as \\
\Verb+{{\tiny example}}+ & {\tiny example} \\
\Verb+{{\scriptsize example}}+ & {\scriptsize example} \\
\Verb+{{\footnotesize example}}+ & {\footnotesize example} \\
@ -544,19 +546,20 @@ Spacing commands can be found in math mode, but most of the ones in the table be
[
caption = {Horizontal Spacing Characters},
label = {tb:horspacchar},
theme = {custom1}
theme = {custom1},
]{
width = {\textwidth},
colspec = { X[3,l] X[1,c] X[1,c] },
colspec = { >{\small}X[3,l] >{\small}X[1,c] >{\small}X[1,c] },
hlines = {0.75pt,solid},
vline{1,4} = {0.75pt,solid},
rows = {5mm, m, rowsep=1.5pt},
row{1} = {font=\bfseries},
rowhead = 1
}
Description & Code & Example \\
No separation & & OO \\
Thick space & \Verb+\;+ & O\;O \\
Medium space & \Verb+\:+ & O\:O \\
Medium space (0.2222em) & \Verb+\:+ & O\:O \\
Thin space (a kern) & \Verb+\,+ & O\,O \\
Negative thin space & \Verb+\!+ & O\!O \\
Quad & \Verb+$\quad$+ & O$\quad$O \\
@ -621,9 +624,10 @@ The usual way to define a page size is to pass it as an option to the document c
colspec = { X[1.4,l] X[1,c] X[1,c] X[0.6,c] },
hlines = {0.75pt,solid},
vline{1,5} = {0.75pt,solid},
rows = {5mm, m, rowsep=1.5pt}
rows = {5mm, m, rowsep=1.5pt},
row{1} = {font=\bfseries},
}
\textbf{Option} & \textbf{Width} & \textbf{Height} & \textbf{Ratio} \\
Option & Width & Height & Ratio \\
a4paper & 210 mm & 297 mm & 1.4\\
a5paper & 148 mm & 210 mm & 1.4\\
b5paper & 176 mm & 250 mm & 1.4 \\
@ -1242,9 +1246,10 @@ Brackets and parentheses are common in mathematical formulas, so it is natural t
colspec = { X[2,l] X[2,l] X[1,l] },
hlines = {0.75pt,solid},
vline{1,4} = {0.75pt,solid},
rows = {5mm, m, rowsep=1.5pt}
rows = {5mm, m, rowsep=1.5pt},
row{1} = {font=\bfseries},
}
\textbf{Type} & \textbf{Code} & \textbf{Example} \\
Type & Code & Example \\
Parentheses; round brackets & \Verb|(a+b)| & $(a+b)$ \\
Brackets; square brackets & \Verb|[a+b]| & $[a+b]$ \\
Braces; curly brackets & \Verb|\{a+b\}| & \{a+b\} \\
@ -1293,7 +1298,9 @@ You can also control the size of brackets and parentheses explicitly:
colspec = { X[7,l] X[2,c] },
hlines = {0.75pt,solid},
vlines = {0.75pt,solid},
rows = {12mm, m, rowsep=1.5pt}
rows = {12mm, m, rowsep=1.5pt},
row{1} = {6mm, font=\bfseries},
rowhead = 1
}
\textbf{Markup} & \textbf{Renders as} \\
@ -1850,10 +1857,9 @@ For additional information, consult the \textit{very} extensive ``Comprehensive
},
hlines = {0.75pt,solid},
vline{1,5} = {0.75pt,solid},
rows = {5mm, m, rowsep=1.5pt},
rows = {5mm, m, rowsep=1.5pt, },
row{1} = {font=\bfseries},
rowhead = 1,
% cells = {font = \fontsize{8pt}{9pt}\selectfont}
}
Description & Appearance & Text Mode & Math Mode \\
Asterisk & $\ast$ & & \Verb+\ast+ \\

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