all).

1).

1).

1).

0).

port).

0for galley column width (possibly affected by current indents). Reduce that by sum of border widths and column ruling widths and the fixed parts of the various <colspec> colwidths to get the available proportional width. Sum the proportional factors N over all columns with proportional parts

N*and including

1*for each implicit colwidth when the value of the <tgroup> cols exceeds the number of <colspec>s in that <tgroup>. Then the unit proportion is the available proportional width divided by the sum of the proportionality factors. Note that the fixed widths for frame and colsep rulings are deemed to be small and system dependent, not essentially included as fixed parts of each colwidth in <colspec>.

1

1).

left.)

50).

1*should be inferred. <colspec>s can be numbered or unnumbered, and if numbered should be increasing in sequential order starting at 1. Unnumbered <colspec>s are interpreted as being numbered incrementally (one more than the previous column number), with the first <colspec> starting at 1. Any mismatch in <colspec> numbering, or a number of <colspec>s greater than cols, is an error.

5*for 5 times the proportion, or

*(which is equivalent to

1*); fixed measure, i.e., 2pt for 2 point, 3pi for 3 pica; or mixed measure, i.e., 2*+3pt. Coefficients are positive integers or fixed point numbers.

1*.)

pt(points),

cm(centimeters),

mm(millimeters),

pi(picas), and

in(inches). The default fixed unit should be interpreted as

ptif neither a proportion nor a fixed unit is specified.

left.)

center.)

1*is assumed for any <colspec> not explicitly redefined.) These redefined <colspec>s apply only to the contained <entry>s. References to spanname in such <entry>s are not supported; if spanning is required, use namest and nameend. If no <colspec>s occur in this <thead>, the <colspec> and <spanspec> sets of the containing <tgroup> apply.

bottom).

1*is assumed for any <colspec> not explicitly redefined.) These redefined <colspec>s apply only to the contained <entry>s. References to spanname in such <entry>s are not supported; if spanning is required, use namest and nameend. If no <colspec>s occur in this <tfoot>, the <colspec> and <spanspec> sets of the containing <tgroup> apply.

top).

top)

1*should be inferred. <colspec>s can be numbered or unnumbered, and if numbered should be in increasing sequential order starting at 1. Unnumbered <colspec>s are interpreted as being numbered incrementally (one more than the previous column number), with the first <colspec> starting at 1. Any mismatch or duplication in <colspec> numbering, or the number of <colspec>s greater than cols, is an error.

left.)

0)

left.)

upside-downrelative to the normally oriented page heads and feet.

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