Format standard input or file into multiple columns. Rows are filled before columns; default separator is whitespace.

  • Format output for a 30 characters wide display:

printf "header1 header2\nbar foo\n" | column -c {{30}}

  • Specify column delimiter character for the -t option (i.e. "," for csv); default is whitespace:

printf "header1,header2\nbar,foo\n" | column -s{{,}}

  • Split columns automatically and auto-align in a tabular format:

printf "header1 header2\nbar foo\n" | column -t

  • Fill columns before filling rows:

printf "header1\nbar\nfoobar\n" | column -c {{30}} -x

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