Table (formatting text)

By separating phrases by a vertical bar (|), a table can be created.

Rows with "h" in the end become headers.

If you put a tilde (~) before the phrase, the column becomes a header.

 

When you type:

Without header

|Host Name|IP address |Note |
|sun |192.168.100.1 | |
|earth |192.168.100.2 | |
|moon |192.168.100.20|spare system|

 

With header (h)

|Host Name|IP address |Note |h
|sun |192.168.100.1 | |
|earth |192.168.100.2 | |
|moon |192.168.100.20|spare system|

 

With header (~)

|~Host Name|IP address |Note |
|~sun |192.168.100.1 | |
|~earth |192.168.100.2 | |
|~moon |192.168.100.20|spare system|

 

It will appear as:

 

Without header

table.png

Host Name IP address Note

sun 192.168.100.1

earth 192.168.100.2

moon 192.168.100.20 spare system

With header (h)

Host Name IP address Note

sun 192.168.100.1

earth 192.168.100.2

moon 192.168.100.20 spare system

With header (~)

Host Name IP address Note

sun 192.168.100.1

earth 192.168.100.2

moon 192.168.100.20 spare system

 

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