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Tony’s right; you really haven’t seen a good way of using HTML to represent his table data, at least not yet. You do know there’s a way to use CSS and
<div>s to create a table-like layout (with CSS table display), but that’s for layout (presentation) purposes, and isn’t related to the content itself. Here, we’ve got tabular data that we want to mark up with HTML. Luckily, HTML has a
<table> element to ...