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Re: Formatting a Cell Programmatically


I would throw in TableForm in these examples. If I take the trouble to
format the Cells or output, I would go all out.

Using John's response throw in a header and alignment.

CellPrint[
 ExpressionCell[
  TableForm[Table[{x, Sqrt[x], x^3}, {x, 0, 100}], 
   TableHeadings -> {None, {"x", "Sqrt(x)", "x^3"}}, 
   TableAlignments -> Right], CellFrame -> True, 
  Background -> LightBrown]]

Using Helen's response do the same.

Framed[Style[
  TableForm[Table[{x, Sqrt[x], x^3}, {x, 0, 100}] , 
   TableHeadings -> {None, {"x", "Sqrt(x)", "x^3"}} , 
   TableAlignments -> Right], Background -> LightBrown], 
 Background -> LightBrown]

These are good examples of dynamic and static styling of output.

These types of outputs are the reason we need front end multiple column
output in a compartment region, with minimum programming instructions by
user. Who wants to Scroll? 

Hans
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Informative post, keep them coming!!..




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