\cellaligns

Command in package table.

Synopsis

\cellaligns{aligns}

Description

This command is only allowed in the style argument of table environments (table, mtable, and similar environments). It controls the
alignment of the cells of the table. aligns should be a string of alignment
characters. Possible alignment characters are l, r, c for left, right,
center, respectively. The n-th character in aligns controls the n-th column of the
table. If aligns contains less characters then there are columns in the table, the
remaining columns get the default alignment, which is left in most cases.

Example 1

\begin{table}[\cellaligns{lll}]
   Abba & Baba & Duda\\
   C & D & E
 \end{table}

Result, as rendered by your browser

Abba Baba Duda
C D E

Example 2

\begin{table}[\cellaligns{ccc}]
   Abba & Baba & Duda\\
   C & D & E
 \end{table}

Result, as rendered by your browser

Abba Baba Duda
C D E

Example 3

\begin{table}[\cellaligns{rrr}]
   Abba & Baba & Duda\\
   C & D & E
 \end{table}

Result, as rendered by your browser

Abba Baba Duda
C D E

Example 4

\begin{table}[\cellaligns{lcr}]
   Abba & Baba & Duda\\
   C & D & E
 \end{table}

Result, as rendered by your browser

Abba Baba Duda
C D E

Example 5

\begin{table}[\cellaligns{l}]
   Abba & Baba & Duda\\
   C & D & E
 \end{table}

Result, as rendered by your browser

Abba Baba Duda
C D E

Example 6

\begin{table}[\cellaligns{c}]
   Abba & Baba & Duda\\
   C & D & E
 \end{table}

Result, as rendered by your browser

Abba Baba Duda
C D E

Example 7

\begin{table}[\align{c}\cellaligns{r}]
   Abba & Baba & Duda\\
   C & D & E
 \end{table}

Result, as rendered by your browser

Abba Baba Duda
C D E


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