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How to print table with data in Python

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0 votes
from tabulate import tabulate

table = [["abc", 123, 8367],
         ["xyz", 32, 17.892],
         ["uvw", 8392, 5]]

print(tabulate(table))


 
   
'''
run:
   
---  ----  --------
abc   123  8367
xyz    32    17.892
uvw  8392     5
---  ----  --------
          
'''

 




answered May 19 by avibootz
0 votes
from tabulate import tabulate

table = [["abc", 123, 8367],
         ["xyz", 32, 17.892],
         ["uvw", 8392, 5]]

headers = ["Header A", "Header B", "Header C"]

print(tabulate(table, headers))


 
   
'''
run:
   
Header A      Header B    Header C
----------  ----------  ----------
abc                123    8367
xyz                 32      17.892
uvw               8392       5
          
'''

 




answered May 19 by avibootz
0 votes
from tabulate import tabulate
 
table = [["abc", 123, 8367],
         ["xyz", 32, 17.892],
         ["uvw", 8392, 5]]
 
headers = ["Header A", "Header B", "Header C"]
 
print(tabulate(table, headers, tablefmt="github"))
 
 
  
    
'''
run:
    
| Header A   |   Header B |   Header C |
|------------|------------|------------|
| abc        |        123 |   8367     |
| xyz        |         32 |     17.892 |
| uvw        |       8392 |      5     |
           
'''

 




answered May 19 by avibootz
0 votes
from tabulate import tabulate
 
table = [["abc", 123, 8367],
         ["xyz", 32, 17.892],
         ["uvw", 8392, 5]]
 
headers = ["Header A", "Header B", "Header C"]
 
print(tabulate(table, headers, tablefmt="grid"))
 
 
  
    
'''
run:
    
+------------+------------+------------+
| Header A   |   Header B |   Header C |
+============+============+============+
| abc        |        123 |   8367     |
+------------+------------+------------+
| xyz        |         32 |     17.892 |
+------------+------------+------------+
| uvw        |       8392 |      5     |
+------------+------------+------------+
           
'''

 




answered May 19 by avibootz
0 votes
from tabulate import tabulate
 
table = [["abc", 123, 8367],
         ["xyz", 32, 17.892],
         ["uvw", 8392, 5]]
 
headers = ["Header A", "Header B", "Header C"]
 
print(tabulate(table, headers, tablefmt="fancy_grid"))
 
 
  
    
'''
run:
    
╒════════════╤════════════╤════════════╕
│ Header A   │   Header B │   Header C │
╞════════════╪════════════╪════════════╡
│ abc        │        123 │   8367     │
├────────────┼────────────┼────────────┤
│ xyz        │         32 │     17.892 │
├────────────┼────────────┼────────────┤
│ uvw        │       8392 │      5     │
╘════════════╧════════════╧════════════╛
           
'''

 




answered May 19 by avibootz
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