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   Re: [xml-dev] adding markup to tables that have none?

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> I know that such tools would only work with simpler tables, because spanned
> entries, wrapped entries, and other fancy table tricks would cause problems,
> but I thought that there must be something out there, and I can't find
> anything. Any suggestions? 

pretty much any text editing tool ought to be able to do this, certainly
anything with regular expressions (sed, perl, emacs, XSLT2, ...)

eg just typing some sed on to the command line:

$  sed -e "s@\(...\)\(.*\)@<tr><td>\1</td><td>\2</td></tr>@" <<XX
> 1  2
> a  b
> XX


<tr><td>1  </td><td>2  </td></tr>
<tr><td>a  </td><td>b  </td></tr>


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