give tsv better columns

Dec 29, 2022

%!column -t -s $'\t'

This will create a table (-t) from columns spearated by tab characters (-s $'\t') - by default, it will split on any whitespace, so you can use -s to tell it what to split by - $'\t' is a cute bash-ism to represent a single tab character using bash ANSI quoting

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