hhline – Better horizontal lines in tabulars and arrays
The command \hhline produces a line like \hline, or a double line like \hline\hline, except for its interaction with vertical lines. The command takes a preamble (rather like the preamble of a tabular environment), and this specifies whether there are to be one or two horizontal lines, and what happens when the horizontal line meets a vertical one.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3c|
|Copyright||1991–1994 David Carlisle|
1993–2020 The LaTeX3 Project et al.
|Contained in||TeX Live as tools|
MiKTeX as latex-tools
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