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function fromNT(nt)
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    nt = map(i->i isa ReadOnlyArrays.ReadOnlyArray ? i : ReadOnlyArrays.ReadOnlyArray(i), nt)
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    nt = map(i -> i isa ReadOnlyArrays.ReadOnlyArray ? i : ReadOnlyArrays.ReadOnlyArray(i), nt)
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    tx = typeof(nt)
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    et = NamedTuple{propertynames(nt),Tuple{(eltype(fieldtype(tx, i)) for i in 1:fieldcount(typeof(nt)))...}}
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    return DataTable{et,typeof(nt)}(nt)
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swap_dva_in(A::Array{<:DataValue}) = DataValueArray(A)
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function DataTable(;cols...)
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    return fromNT(map(col->swap_dva_in(col), values(cols)))
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    return fromNT(map(col -> swap_dva_in(col), values(cols)))
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end
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function DataTable(table)
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@inline function Base.getindex(dt::DataTable{T}, i::Int) where {T}
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    @boundscheck checkbounds(dt, i)
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    return map(col->@inbounds(getindex(col, i)), columns(dt))
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    return map(col -> @inbounds(getindex(col, i)), columns(dt))
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end
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function Base.show(io::IO, dt::DataTable)

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src/DataTables.jl 92.31%
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