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Output in Multiple Columns by DeZiner
Posted: 6 Jun 03

General <CFOUTPUT> usage will output your data in rows and rows. Sometimes layout calls for split columns of the rows.

Typical output
text
text
text
text
text
text

To split the rows into columns
 
<!--- Specify the number of columns to return --->
<CFSET NumCols = 2>

<!--- Use a table--->
<table>
<tr>

<CFOUTPUT query="qResults">

<CFIF (CurrentRow MOD NumCols) IS 1>
</tr><tr>
</CFIF>

<td>#Field#</td>
</CFOUTPUT>

</tr>
</table>


New Output
text    text
text    text
text    text

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