CTAN update: readarray
Version 3.0 of readarray introduces several new features. Arrays can be initialized with the \initarray command, rather than being read from a file. With \setvalue, the tokens of individual array cells can be revised on demand. The contents of one array can be merged into another by way of the \mergearray command. The \typesetarray command allows for versatile ways to format your array output, including by way of tabular environments. The way end-of-line characters can be handled on a data-read is made more versatile with this package version.
This package is located at https://mirrors.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/readarray More information is at https://www.ctan.org/pkg/readarray
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readarray – Read, store and recall array-formatted data
The package allows the user to input formatted data into elements of a 2-D or 3-D array and to recall that data at will by individual cell number. The data can be but need not be numerical in nature. It can be, for example, formatted text.
While the package can be used for any application where indexed data is called for, the package proves particularly useful when elements of multiple arrays must be recallable and dynamically combined at time of compilation, rather than in advance.
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