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How to draw two \hline and two vertical line?

I want to draw a table with two \hline and two vertical line. But as shown in the figure, the first vertical line do not cross the two hline. How to solve this problem? \documentclass{article} ...
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Two-column layout with thick vertical rule in ConTeXt

Background I would like to add a thick rule centered between two columns. Example Code A minimum working example that illustrates the issue: \setupcolors[state=start] ...
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Variable-width horizontal rules with \cline intrude cell text

I have come to learn how to make a variable-width horizontal rule with \hline from the LaTeX companion and with \cline from Horizontal rule with adjustable height behaving like \cline{n-m}. But the ...
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Problem with custom vertical-alignment and/or length of lines/rules in tabular environment

As a follow-up to my previous question: In my table / tabular, \cline{1-1} gives me the correct vertical position but not the right horizontal length . In contrast, \rule{\mycustomlength}{0.4pt} ...
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Alignment rules

I find myself quite frequently in the need to check whether some elements on my page are aligned exactly as intended. As a result, I usually end up magnifying the output 400% and using a rule over my ...
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1answer
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Horizontal line through table cell

I have a very long, thin table that I'm folding onto itself to make a wider, shorter version. The table has a couple horizontal rules to separate data categories. For example, the original table is ...
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1answer
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Top aligned tabular: \cline equivalent of \firsthline

When aligning tabular environments with the [t] option, one can use \firsthline (from the array package) instead of \hline when a line is required at the top of the table. Like so: ...
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Two rules directly under each other

I'm trying to make two rules of different length (fatness) directly under each other, something like: -------------------- ==================== Where = is a fatter line than -. The vertical space ...
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1answer
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Vertical alignment in multicol

In the following code the horizontal rules on the right don't line up in all cases with the horizontal rules on the left. It seems to be related to the text content. How can I fix this in such a way ...
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Vertically centered horizontal rule filling the rest of a line?

I'd like to have a horizontal line extending from the end of the text on a line to the right margin. So far I've found \hrulefill and \leaders\hrule\hfill, but these draw a line that's flush with the ...
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bottomrule not working in a self-made environment [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: bottomrule not working in a self-made environment I have this environment for consistent tables in my latex documents: \newenvironment{defaultTable}[2] { ...