Friday, April 9, 2010

latex oh latex

how to place table wtihin paragraph?


       body of the table
      \caption{table title}

   Tables  are objects  that  are not part  of the normal  text,  and
are usually  "floated"  to a convenient  place,  like  the top  of a
page.  Tables will not be split between two pages.

   The optional argument `[placement]' determines where LaTeX will try
to place your table.  There are four places where LaTeX can possibly put
a float:

   * `h' : Here - at the position in the text where the table
     environment appears.

   * `t' : Top - at the top of a text page.

   * `b' : Bottom - at the bottom of a text page.

   * `p' : Page of floats - on a separate float page, which is a page
     containing no text, only floats.

   The standard `report' and `article' classes use the default
placement `[tbp]'.

   The body of the table is made up of whatever text, LaTeX commands,
etc., you wish.  The `\caption' command allows you to title your table.


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