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preparing process output for emacspeak-tabulate

The simplest and most robust would be to produce lisp vector
So something like 
[1 2 3 "foo" "bar"]
[6 7 8 "bas" "bam"]
>>>>> "RAYNER" == RAYNER Peter <ray060@dar.csiro.au> writes:

    RAYNER> I have a numerical programme which produces
    RAYNER> 2-dimensional arrays of data, maps in fact
    RAYNER> indexed by latitude and longitude.  For a quick
    RAYNER> cut look at things I'd like to browse them as
    RAYNER> tables.  At the moment I don't seem to be making
    RAYNER> this work under either emacspeak 12 or 13.  I
    RAYNER> suspect my lisp wasn't up to sorting out the
    RAYNER> parsing code.  It *appeared* that the code
    RAYNER> wanted a string followed by a white-space
    RAYNER> character etc etc.  Also it wasn't clear to me
    RAYNER> the interaction of this with syntax rules.  In
    RAYNER> particular I might have constructs like -3.7e+11
    RAYNER> -2.9 0 4.  etc etc.  Now I can standardize all
    RAYNER> this, use fixed width strings etc etc.  I would
    RAYNER> just like to know which option is most likely to
    RAYNER> be helpful.  I could also make the process
    RAYNER> output stuff in lisp vector syntax if that would
    RAYNER> help.  One extra issue, although it doesn't seem
    RAYNER> critical, is that our silly system outputs a
    RAYNER> header line whenever we run a shell command,
    RAYNER> that I think I can work around though.

    RAYNER> thanks again Peter Rayner

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