Long description of example illustrating rows separated by a border

This diagram shows how the precedence rules may be used to achieve the effect of rows being separated by a border. There is no border above or below the table and there are no vertical borders at all.

The table shows a table of three columns and three rows. Each cell contains an integer that labels it. The top row is separated from the second by a solid black border. The second row is separated from the third by a solid black border as well.

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