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The Q&A format of the Stack network doesn't lend itself well to a standalone post (SO tried this with the documentation experiment; it didn't go well). In that sense, no, you should not post your example. But there is an alternative. You can transform your post into a true Q&A. What is the trickiest part of the table? You can create the rest of ...


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To add to the answer of Teepeemm (with which I agree): to help future visitors to the site the most, it is important that a Q&A-pair focuses on a single aspect or issue to be solved. We get many questions along the lines of "how do I draw this complex table", some with a code attempt and some without, but even if the question already contains a ...


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