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This example demonstrates how to produce diagonal lines in table cells using the slashbox and diagbox packages.
The diagonal line produced by the slashbox package is rather jagged and unwieldy.
The diagbox package does a better job in general.
Try loading only one of these packages to see
the difference — if diagbox is loaded at all,
it overrides slashbox's behavior./p>