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Is there any way of determination last row of each page in multipage tables. For example if I want add double line on end of each page, or some special content of cells in last row. I use the longtable package. Here should be considered, that last rows on pages can be changes, I mean that last row can become the first on the next page, when some additional content will be added to before table.

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For information, this has bee asked on LaTeX-Community.org too. – Stefan Kottwitz Feb 15 '12 at 15:56
read the documentation of longtable. Run texdoc longtable there are examples. – Herbert Feb 15 '12 at 16:08
up vote 3 down vote accepted

Put the double \hline at the start of the table foot, so


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