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HXTABLETRANS(1)			HTML-XML-utils		       HXTABLETRANS(1)

NAME
       hxtabletrans - transpose	an HTML	or XHTML table

SYNOPSIS
       hxtabletrans [ -c ] [ -x	] [ -v ] [ file-or-URL ]

DESCRIPTION
       hxtabletrans reads an HTML or XHTML file	(or fragment), finds the first
       <table> element and outputs that	element	 with  the  rows  and  columns
       transposed. I.e., rows become columns and columns become	rows.

       Any  grouping  of  rows with <thead>, <tbody> or	<tfoot>	is lost. Also,
       any comments outside the	cells are lost.

OPTIONS
       The following options are supported:

       -c	 Also try to transpose the contents of cells. If a  cell  con-
		 sists	only  of  horizontal  or  vertical arrows and ellipses
		 (apart	from mark-up and whitespace), then  those  arrows  and
		 ellipses are replaced by their	transposed counterparts. E.g.,
		 a right arrow becomes a down arrow.

       -x	 Use XML syntax. Empty elements	are written with a  slash  (/)
		 at the	end, e.g.: <br/>

       -v	 Print the version number and exit.

BUGS
       hxtabletrans should check for rows that have fewer cells	than the long-
       est row (taking into account the	effect of the colspan and rowspan  at-
       tributes)  and  create the omitted cells, but it	currently doesn't. Ta-
       bles with rows of unequal length	may thus not be	transposed correctly.

       Nested tables are not transposed.

7.x				  10 Jul 2011		       HXTABLETRANS(1)

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