It's almost identical to the first way of arranging data in my module, but quite different than the other two. The second two are the ones I consider neat. You supply an array and the number of columns or rows that you want and it builds the table for you.my $rows = [ [ qw(Head1 Head2 Head3) ], [ qw(foo bar baz) ], [ qw(one two three) ], [ qw(un deux trois) ] ]; my $table = DBIx::XHTML_Table->new($rows);
As to contacting module authors, one of the main rules of module writing is "don't change the interface." That makes it rather difficult to contribute to an out of alpha/beta module. I could send my code, but its interface is entirely diferent, so it wouldn't do much good to try to incorporate it.