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I have gone through tabular, longtable, tabulary, tabularx, supertabular, i want to know which of these packages or any other packages support all kinds of table options like mentioned below,

  1. Auto width for columns,
  2. Decimal alignment, etc support,
  3. Table Continued style for both single and double column,
  4. Table landscape option

and if so, please provide us a minimal example of that package with all options, which will be useful beginners like us

Table Sample

\documentclass{article}

\begin{document}
\begin{table}
\caption{Table sample}
\begin{tabular}{lccc}
\hline
Column 1 & Column 2 & Column 3 & Column 4 \\ \hline
1 &  1  &        1  &           1    \\
2   &     4  &       16  &           2    \\
3   &     9  &       81  &           6    \\
4   &    16  &      256  &          24    \\[5mm]
5   &    25  &      625  &         120    \\
6   &    36  &     1296  &         720    \\
7   &    49  &     2401  &        5040    \\
8   &    64  &     4096  &       40320    \\
9   &    81  &     6561  &      362880    \\
10  &   100  &    10000  &     3628800    \\
1 &  1  &        1  &           1    \\
2   &     4  &       16  &           2    \\
3   &     9  &       81  &           6    \\
4   &    16  &      256  &          24    \\[5mm]
5   &    25  &      625  &         120    \\
6   &    36  &     1296  &         720    \\
7   &    49  &     2401  &        5040    \\
8   &    64  &     4096  &       40320    \\
9   &    81  &     6561  &      362880    \\
10  &   100  &    10000  &     3628800    \\
1 &  1  &        1  &           1    \\
2   &     4  &       16  &           2    \\
3   &     9  &       81  &           6    \\
4   &    16  &      256  &          24    \\[5mm]
5   &    25  &      625  &         120    \\
6   &    36  &     1296  &         720    \\
7   &    49  &     2401  &        5040    \\
8   &    64  &     4096  &       40320    \\
9   &    81  &     6561  &      362880    \\
10  &   100  &    10000  &     3628800    \\
1 &  1  &        1  &           1    \\
2   &     4  &       16  &           2    \\
3   &     9  &       81  &           6    \\
4   &    16  &      256  &          24    \\
5   &    25  &      625  &         120    \\
6   &    36  &     1296  &         720    \\
7   &    49  &     2401  &        5040    \\
8   &    64  &     4096  &       40320    \\
9   &    81  &     6561  &      362880    \\
10  &   100  &    10000  &     3628800    \\
1 &  1  &        1  &           1    \\
2   &     4  &       16  &           2    \\
3   &     9  &       81  &           6    \\
4   &    16  &      256  &          24    \\
5   &    25  &      625  &         120    \\
6   &    36  &     1296  &         720    \\
7   &    49  &     2401  &        5040    \\
8   &    64  &     4096  &       40320    \\
9   &    81  &     6561  &      362880    \\
10  &   100  &    10000  &     3628800    \\ \hline
\end{tabular}
\end{table}
\end{document}

To minimize my query, say for example, how to make this table autofit as well as table continued style for both single and double column

closed as too broad by Moriambar, Mensch, TeXnician, egreg, CarLaTeX Jun 9 '17 at 22:07

Please edit the question to limit it to a specific problem with enough detail to identify an adequate answer. Avoid asking multiple distinct questions at once. See the How to Ask page for help clarifying this question. If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help center, please edit the question.

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    I, honestly, I did not understand the meaning of your question. – Sebastiano Mar 23 '17 at 11:28
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    @Sebastiano I guess he wants to know what is the best table package for his four needs. In addition, the helper should provide a MWE, so that he has a smooth start. – Dr. Manuel Kuehner Mar 23 '17 at 11:30
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    Your query, at least as phrased at the moment, is extremely broad and thus not likely to be answerable with anything close to the specificity you appear to be looking for. – Mico Mar 23 '17 at 11:31
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    why do you assume they combine? The reason there is more than one package is that you have to choose which features you want. Not all (or even most) combinations of the things you mention are available at all in generally available packages. – David Carlisle Mar 23 '17 at 11:52
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    @user52124 -- if you add the rationale you stated in your last comment to the question, and ask instead for a comparison (in table form) of the important features, that would probably be considered an answerable question. – barbara beeton Mar 23 '17 at 12:34