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cat <<EOT | w3m -T text/html -dump > <html> > <table border=1> > <tr> > <th>Numeric</th> > <th>Value</th> > </tr> > <tr> > <td>1</td> > <td>one</td> > </tr> > <tr> > <td>2</td> > <td>two</td> > </tr> > <tr> > <td>3</td> > <td>three</td> > </tr> > </table> > </html> > EOT
│Numeric │Value│
│1       │one  │
│2       │two  │
│3       │three│

In reply to Re^2: Column wise entry in text table by mhearse
in thread Column wise entry in text table by reaper9187

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