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hvdashln – Horizontal and vertical dashed lines in arrays and tabulars

Def­i­ni­tions of hor­i­zon­tal and ver­ti­cal dashed lines for the ar­ray and tab­u­lar en­vi­ron­ment. In­stead of build­ing par­tial hor­i­zon­tal dashed lines us­ing Isozaki's \cline{2-3}, \hdash­line fills the full width. The pro­por­tion of the dashed line is de­fined by the two pa­ram­e­ters: \hdash­linewidth=2pt and \hdash­line­gap=2pt, where the for­mer de­fines the width of the dash and the lat­ter sets their gap.

Note that this func­tion­al­ity has been re-im­ple­mented, for cur­rent , in the pack­age aryd­shln.

Sources /macros/latex209/contrib/misc/hvdashln.sty
Li­cense The Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainer Hiroshi Nakashima
Topics pat­tern­ing lines (dashes, etc)
ta­ble type­set­ting
rules within ta­bles

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