StringGrid: Display information in plain text tables

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This class can be used to present information tables rendered with plain text characters.

It takes a bi-dimensional array of data and generates text that renders the data in a table aligning rows and columns.

The layout can be configure with additional information that specified details like the limit width of each column, vertical and horizontal alignment of the cells of each column, the characters used to separate rows, columns and line breaks.

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Tables are useful for displaying information in cells that must be aligned with other cells simultaneously in the horizontal and vertical directions.

Tables are supported directly by HTML. However, if you need to render tables in plain text the solution is more complicated.

This package can render tables in plain text. It can be useful for displaying table formatted information, for instance to generate text e-mail newsletters.

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