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Re: tableform question


Finally I found something close to what I wanted working as follows,

gr = DisplayForm[
GridBox[{{"", "global rules stored with\nthe head", "global rules
stored with\nan argument", "local rules"},
{"evaluate rhs", "=", "^=", "->"}, {"delay rhs", ":=", "^:=", ":>"}},
RowLines -> True, ColumnLines ->
True,RowsEqual->True,ColumnsEqual->True]]

DisplayForm[FrameBox[gr]]

The only problem is the (almost unnoticeable) gap between the lines and
the frame.

I execute

Options[GridBox]
(Information[Evaluate[#1[[1]]]] & ) /@ %;
Options[FrameBox]
(Information[Evaluate[#1[[1]]]] & ) /@ %;

but I can't one option that can solve this weakness.

Anyway thanks to David and Chris for their advice for using
GridBox.

Î?/Î? dimmechan at yahoo.com έγÏ?αÏ?ε:
> Is it possible to display the output of the following command
>
> table=StyleForm[TableForm[{{"=", "^=", "->"}, {":=", "^:=", ":>"}},
>     TableHeadings -> {{"evaluate rhs", "delay rhs"}, {"global
> rules\nstored with\nthe head",
>        "global rules\nstored with\nan argument", "local rules"}},
> TableAlignments -> Center, TableSpacing -> {2, 2}], FontFamily ->
> "Times", FontSize -> 14, FontColor -> Red]
>
> as it would appeared in a book (i.e. with lines separated columns from
> rows e.t.c.)?
>
> If the answer is no please let me know how I have to work.
> 
> Thanks.


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