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I have also found this module indispensable, both when dumping row-arrays to html, and generating tables from a highly customised processing loop.
On the easy side, I love that the constructor can take the entire table data (-data => \@) straight from DBI::selectall_arrayref.
Useful stuff - makes simple report scripts a lot cleaner and quicker to write.
The only thing I don't like is the un-Perlish camelCased method names - I'd much prefer to write, e.g., $table->add_row(...) - but that's not enough to put me off :)
a massive help on my last project. the sort method is invaluable.
One of my favorite modules, period.
simply the easiest way to produce html tables.
use this in combination with CGI.pm or CGI::Pretty.pm,
warning: rows and columns are counted from 1, not 0;
when x- and y-coordinates have to be specified, the
order is y,x not x,y.