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Re: [vox-tech] dotted line in LaTeX
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Re: [vox-tech] dotted line in LaTeX



hi bill,

take a look at the arydshln and hvdashln packages.  they may not be part
of the tetex distro, in which case you'd need to ftp them from ctan.

pete



begin Bill Kendrick <nbs@sonic.net> 
> 
> Ok, you know how you can have a table in LaTeX and tell it
> "I want the right side of the rightmost column to have a vertical line",
> by using "|" when you open the tabular?
> 
> Well, what if I want a _dotted_ line?  (Kinda like a \dotfill, except vertical)
> 
> The lame way of doing it would be to use "@{:}" instead of "|",
> except that for taller rows, there are gaps.
> 
> For example
> 
> 
>   I am row 1          :
>   I am row 2          :
>   I am row 3          :
>   and I am
>   very tall
>   I am row 4          :
> 
> :^(
 
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