mcol.txt	Multi-Column Tables			Apr 24, 2007

Author:    Charles E. Campbell  <NdrOchip@ScampbellPfamily.AbizM>
           (remove NOSPAM from Campbell's email first)
Copyright: (c) 2004-2007 by Charles E. Campbell		mcol-copyright
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           (see copyright) except use "mcol and mcolMaps" instead of "Vim"
           No warranty, express or implied.  Use At-Your-Own-Risk.

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1. Contents					mcol mcol-contents

	1. Contents.....................: mcol-contents
	2. Usage........................: mcol-usage
	3. History......................: mcol-history

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2. Usage								mcol-usage

   Converts a one-item per line list into a columnar table:

		\mn2 	 2 column table, items read using fgets
		\mn3 	 3 column table, items read using fgets
		\mn4 	 4 column table, items read using fgets
		\mn5 	 5 column table, items read using fgets
		\mn6 	 6 column table, items read using fgets
		\mn7 	 7 column table, items read using fgets
		\mn8 	 8 column table, items read using fgets
		\mn9 	 9 column table, items read using fgets
		\mn0	10 column table, items read using fgets

		\MN0	1000 columns, items read using fgets
		\MNT	1000 columns, transposed table, items read using fgets

		\ms2 	 2 column table, items read using fscanf
		\ms3 	 3 column table, items read using fscanf
		\ms4 	 4 column table, items read using fscanf
		\ms5 	 5 column table, items read using fscanf
		\ms6 	 6 column table, items read using fscanf
		\ms7 	 7 column table, items read using fscanf
		\ms8 	 8 column table, items read using fscanf
		\ms9 	 9 column table, items read using fscanf
		\ms0	10 column table, items read using fscanf

		\mw6	fit table for 60 column display
		\mw7	fit table for 70 column display
		\mw8	fit table for 80 column display
		\mw9	fit table for 90 column display
		\mw0	fit table for 100 column display
		\mw1	fit table for 110 column display
		\mw2	fit table for 120 column display
		\mw3	fit table for 130 column display

		\vt2	 mark a, move to end-of-region, \vt2 (uses \mn2)
		\vt3	 mark a, move to end-of-region, \vt3 (uses \mn3)
		\vt4	 mark a, move to end-of-region, \vt4 (uses \mn4)
		\vt5	 mark a, move to end-of-region, \vt5 (uses \mn5)
		\vt6	 mark a, move to end-of-region, \vt6 (uses \mn6)
		\vt7	 mark a, move to end-of-region, \vt7 (uses \mn7)
		\vt8	 mark a, move to end-of-region, \vt8 (uses \mn8)
		\vt9	 mark a, move to end-of-region, \vt9 (uses \mn9)
		\vt0	 mark a, move to end-of-region, \vt0 (uses \mn10)

		\VT0	 mark a, move to end-of-region, \VT0 (uses \MN0)
		\VTT	 mark a, move to end-of-region, \VTT (uses \MNT)

	I usually put mcol.vim into AsNeeded; you'll need to load it with
	something like

		:AN mn5


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3. Mcol History				mcol-history {{{1


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