Name

html-table — output HTML table

ATTRIBUTES

Attribute Pos. Req. Default Description
columns Names for the columns, separated by whitespace (\s+). If the th attribute is used, this one is ignored, so the column names must be passed as the first row of table input data.
delimiter \t Field delimiter to use if the data is provided in-place (in the tag body) instead of as an array reference.
record_delim \n Record delimiter to use if the data is provided in-place (in the tag body) instead of as an array reference.
tr Extra arguments for each table row. Any arguments you place here will render as <tr ARGUMENTS>.
td Extra arguments for each table cell. Any arguments you place here will render as <td ARGUMENTS>.
th Extra arguments for table header. Any arguments you place here will render as <th ARGUMENTS>. When this attribute is used, columns is ignored.
fc Extra arguments for the first table column. Any arguments you place here will render as <td ARGUMENTS>.
fr Extra arguments for the first table row. Any arguments you place here will render as <tr ARGUMENTS>.
interpolate     0 interpolate input?
reparse     1 interpolate output?

DESCRIPTION

This tag creates an HTML table by auto-inserting the appropriate HTML markup. Table data can either be provided in-place (within the tag body), or passed as a array reference.

The enclosing <table> HTML tag is not included, you have to include it yourself.

BEHAVIOR

This tag does not appear to be affected by, or affect, the rest of Interchange.

EXAMPLES

Example: Creating an HTML table using in-place data

<table width="90%" border="1">

[html-table fc="bgcolor='red'" fr="bgcolor='blue'" th="bgcolor='yellow'"]
title1  title2  title3
r1c1    r1c2    r1c3
r2c1    r2c2    r2c3
r3c1    r3c2    r3c3
[/html-table]

</table>

          

Example: Creating an HTML table using an array reference


[calc]
  $Scratch->{table} = (
    [qw/title1 title2 title3/],
    ['r1c1', 'r1c2', 'r1c3'],
    [qw/r2c1 r2c2 r2c3/],
    [qw/r3c1 r3c2 r3c3/],
  );
[/calc]

<table width="90%" border="1">
[html-table body=`$Scratch->{table}` /]
</table>


          

NOTES

Since the tag body responds to TABs (\t) and newlines (\n) by default, make sure that the table input data is not indented.

Separate fields using exactly one field delimiter (one TAB, for example); multiple delimiters in a row will imply empty cells.

AVAILABILITY

html-table is available in Interchange versions:

4.6.0-5.7.0 (git-head)

SOURCE

Interchange 5.7.0:

Source: code/SystemTag/html_table.coretag
Lines: 14


# Copyright 2002-2007 Interchange Development Group and others
# 
# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.  See the LICENSE file for details.
# 
# $Id: html_table.coretag,v 1.4 2007-03-30 23:40:49 pajamian Exp $

UserTag html-table          addAttr
UserTag html-table          hasEndTag
UserTag html-table          PosNumber    0
UserTag html-table          Version      $Revision: 1.4 $
UserTag html-table          MapRoutine   Vend::Interpolate::html_table

Source: lib/Vend/Interpolate.pm
Lines: 4633

sub html_table {
  my($opt, $ary, $na) = @_;

if (!$na) {
  $na = [ split /\s+/, $opt->{columns} ];
}
if(! ref $ary) {
  $ary =~ s/^\s+//;
  $ary =~ s/\s+$//;
  my $delimiter = quotemeta $opt->{delimiter} || "\t";
  my $splittor = quotemeta $opt->{record_delim} || "\n";
  my (@rows) = split /$splittor/, $ary;
  $na = [ split /$delimiter/, shift @rows ] if $opt->{th};
  $ary = [];
  my $count = scalar @$na || -1;
  for (@rows) {
    push @$ary, [split /$delimiter/, $_, $count];
  }
}

my ($tr, $td, $th, $fc, $fr) = @{$opt}{qw/tr td th fc fr/};

for($tr, $td, $th, $fc, $fr) {
  next unless defined $_;
  s/(.)/ $1/;
}

my $r = '';
$tr = '' if ! defined $tr;
$td = '' if ! defined $td;
if(! defined $th || $th and scalar @$na ) {
  $th = '' if ! defined $th;
  $r .= "<tr$tr>";
  for(@$na) {
    $r .= "<th$th><b>$_</b></th>";
  }
  $r .= "</tr>\n";
}
my $row;
if($fr) {
  $r .= "<tr$fr>";
  my $val;
  $row = shift @$ary;
  if($fc) {
    $val = (shift @$row) || '&nbsp;';
    $r .= "<td$fc>$val</td>";
  }
  foreach (@$row) {
    $val = $_ || '&nbsp;';
    $r .= "<td$td>$val</td>";
  }
  $r .= "</tr>\n";
  
}
foreach $row (@$ary) {
  $r .= "<tr$tr>";
  my $val;
  if($fc) {
    $val = (shift @$row) || '&nbsp;';
    $r .= "<td$fc>$val</td>";
  }
  foreach (@$row) {
    $val = $_ || '&nbsp;';
    $r .= "<td$td>$val</td>";
  }
  $r .= "</tr>\n";
}
return $r;
}

AUTHORS

Interchange Development Group

SEE ALSO

DocBook! Interchange!