# Does \rotatebox{0} on a tabular have some problems? [closed]

I apply \rotatebox{0} to a tabular with a 3 times reproduction of the same column. The result is different than without \rotatebox.

\begin{center}
%\rotatebox{0}{
\begin{tiny}
\begin{tabular}[t]{|\Tattab|\Tattab|\Tattab|}
\hline
\GMLta & \GMLta & \GMLta \\
A & b & c \\
\hline
\end{tabular}
\end{tiny}
%}
\end{center}


with:

\newcommand{\tattitre}[1]{\begin{center}\textbf{#1}\end{center}}

\newcommand{\GMLta}{
\begin{tabular}[t]{\Tattab}
\tattitre{Série A - Rigidité\\~ \\A1\\Référence à la réalité externe}\\
+B1-1 : Accent porté sur les relations inter-personnelles, mise en dialogue $\rightarrow \\$A1-2 : Précisions temporelles, spatiale, chiffrée
\tattitre{A2\\ Investissement de la réalité
interne}\\

A2-1 : recours au fictif \\

\tattitre{A3\\ Procédés de type obsessionel}
++A3-1 : Doute\\
A3-2 : annulation \\
\end{tabular}}

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Welcome to TeX.sx! Please add a minimal working example (MWE) that illustrates your problem. It will be much easier for us to reproduce your situation and find out what the issue is when we see compilable code, starting with \documentclass{...} and ending with \end{document}. – egreg Jan 21 at 15:47
why would you want to rotate anything by 0 degrees? \rotatebox{0} is just a very slow way of doing \mbox and in your posted code will introduce extra white space as you are missing % at the ends of lines – David Carlisle Jan 21 at 17:07

## closed as too localized by Gonzalo Medina, cgnieder, Speravir, David Carlisle, percusseApr 6 at 22:55

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