Because below : "row 2 consists of two lines of tex":
The following example illustrates continuation lines (row 2 consists of two
lines of text, and four lines for row 3), a blank line separating paragraphs
(row 3, column 2), and text extending past the right edge of the table:
col 1 col 2
1 Second column of row 1.
2 Second column of row 2.
Second line of paragraph.
3 - Second column of row 3.
- Second item in bullet
list (row 3, column 2).
From: David Goodger [mailto:goodger@...]
Sent: mardi 11 novembre 2003 17:37
Subject: Re: [Docutils-users] Simple table Cells in
Pierre-Yves Delens wrote:
> In this reST, in cell 2.b, the line 2 'Continue' is still mixed
> with first line '2.b'.
As I said,
> If "2.b" and "Continues" are one paragraph, no blank line
> is needed.
But if "2.b" and "Continues" should be separate paragraphs,
a blank line *is* needed. If you want a line break without
a new paragraph, you'll need the "line-block" directive.
> I thought I could get line sequence control in cells.
Why did you think that? ;-)
David Goodger http://starship.python.net/~goodger
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