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The Latex Array Command
Syntax $latex \begin{array}{c1 ... cn}
A(1,1) & ... & A(1,n) \\
... & ... & ... \\
A(m,1) & ... & A(m,n)
\end{array} $$
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Description
XML dependently interpret the array A with j-th column is aligned according to the value of cj where l means align to the left, c means align each to the center, and r means align to the right.

Example
The input
 
	$latex 
		\begin{array}{clcr}
			a+b++c & uv    & x-y & 27     \\
			a+b    & u+v   & z   & 134    \\
			a      & 3u+vw & xyz & 2,978
		\end{array}
	$$
results in the following output
     
 
          \begin{array}{clcr}
               a+b++c & uv    & x-y & 27     \\
               a+b    & u+v   & z   & 134    \\
               a      & 3u+vw & xyz & 2,978
          \end{array}
     

Row Alignment
The first line in the syntax above can have the form
     $latex \begin{array}[
r]{c1 ... cn}
In this case the value of r specifies how each row is aligned where t means align the top, c means align the center, and b means align the bottom. For example, the input
 
	$latex
		\begin{array}[t]{cc}
			\begin{array}{c} a \\ b \end{array}
			&
			\begin{array}{cc} a & b \end{array}
		\end{array}
	$$

results in the following output
     

          \begin{array}[t]{cc}
               \begin{array}{c} a \\ b \end{array}
               &
               \begin{array}{cc} a & b \end{array}
          \end{array}
     

Input File: latex/array.omh