Create an representation of two-dimenstional area to apply formatter function. The area can be one or more columns, one or more rows, or an area of rows and columns.
an expression of row range. If missing,
an expression of column range. If missing,
The function creates an
area object to store
the representation of row and column selector expressions.
When the function is called, the expressions and environment
column are captured for
format_table to evaluate within the context of the
data.frame, that is,
colnames are defined in the context to be the indices
of rows and columns, respectively. Therefore, the row names
and column names are avaiable symbols when
col are evaluated, respectively, which makes it
easier to specify range with names, for example,
area(row = row1:row10, col = col1:col5).
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