# [TxMt] delete a space: impossible

Alain Matthes alain.matthes at mac.com
Fri Feb 17 19:20:16 UTC 2006

Le 17 févr. 06 à 19:07, Alan Schussman a écrit :

> On Feb 17, 2006, at 10:48 AM, Alain Matthes wrote:
>
>> \begin{tabular}{|l|*{10}{c|}}
>> \hline
>> Année& 1992&  1993& 1994& 1995&  1996&1997&1998&1999& 2000& 2001\\
>> \hline
>> Rang de &	0&1&2& 3&4&	5&6&7&8&9\\
>> l'année $x_i$ & & & & & & & & & & \\
>> \hline
>> Taux $t_i$&	42,7 & 42,9&43,4&43,7&44,8&44,9& 44,9&45,7&44,7 & 44,2\
>> \ \hline
>> \end{tabular}
>
> On the subject of easily building tables, you might try this quick
> perl script:
> http://notes.somethingpretentious.net/articles/2005/11/24/tab-
> delimited-text-to-latex-tabular
>
> I set it up as a command in the LaTeX bundle, set to replace the
> selected text. A couple of quick keystrokes and it converts a tab-
> delimeted table like this:
>
> row one	item	item2	item3
> row two	item	item2	item3
> row three	item	item2	item3
>
> to a basic LaTeX table that you can then tweak to your needs:
>
> \begin{tabular}{cccc}
> \hline
> row one & item & item2 & item3\\
> \hline
> row two & item & item2 & item3\\
> row three & item & item2 & item3\\
> \\
> \hline
> \end{tabular}
>
Sorry formy bad english language :(

Fine that's work very well, very interesting because and
I can learn by studying this good example .
Your site is also very interesting !

The textmate's community is really fantastic.

In only a few hours, I learned a lot of things

from you : the script perl !!

from Haris : Do people really use the mouse to navigate this menu?
I just press control-esc, then the first two letters of the bundle
I want, then right arrow, left arrow if I want to go back and so on.

that's new for me : i don't have many time for studing all
the possibilities that textmate allows (and I'm a little too old )

I think that I must attentively look at several times the marvellous
screencats 1,2 and 3 !!

from Allan : how to use textmate with applescript and a widget

Greetings