Re: Remarks on Tables draft

Terry Allen (
Tue, 25 Jul 95 16:21:00 EDT

This is what I mean by a stub cell:

RED 12 13 14
BLUE 5 6 7
GREEN .1 .4 .5

RED, BLUE, and GREEN are stub cells, often presented differently
than the other cells, just as the header cells (GOOD BAD UGLY)
are. Lots of table lack stubs, and tabular effects are often
desired that don't need to distinguish between stubs and other
cells in the row.

Peter Flynn, other typographers, am I using "stub" correctly?


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