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#' @param escape Boolean; whether to escape special characters when producing
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#'   HTML or LaTeX tables. When \code{escape = FALSE}, you have to make sure
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#'   that special characters will not trigger syntax errors in LaTeX or HTML.
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#' @param ... Other arguments (see Examples).
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#' @param ... Other arguments (see Examples and References).
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#' @return A character vector of the table source code.
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#' @seealso Other R packages such as \pkg{huxtable}, \pkg{xtable},
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#'   \pkg{kableExtra}, and \pkg{tables} for HTML and LaTeX tables, and
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#'   \pkg{kableExtra}, \pkg{gt} and \pkg{tables} for HTML and LaTeX tables, and
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#'   \pkg{ascii} and \pkg{pander} for different flavors of markdown output and
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#'   some advanced features and table styles.
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#'   some advanced features and table styles. For more on other packages for
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#'   creating tables, see
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#'   \url{https://bookdown.org/yihui/rmarkdown-cookbook/table-other.html}.
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#' @note When using \code{kable()} as a \emph{top-level} expression, you do not
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#'   need to explicitly \code{print()} it due to R's automatic implicit
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#'   printing. When it is wrapped inside other expressions (such as a
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#'   \code{\link{for}} loop), you must explicitly \code{print(kable(...))}.
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#' @references See
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#'   \url{https://github.com/yihui/knitr-examples/blob/master/091-knitr-table.Rnw}
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#'    for some examples in LaTeX, but they also apply to other document formats.
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#'   \url{https://bookdown.org/yihui/rmarkdown-cookbook/kable.html} for some
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#'   examples about this function, including specific arguments according to the
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#'   \code{format} selected.
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#' @export
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#' @examples d1 = head(iris); d2 = head(mtcars)
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#' # pipe tables by default
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