Table Printer Module


Did you ever have a table that you wanted to print out, but didn’t want to go through the effort of making a loop? Then this is the PERFECT module for you!

I introduce,
TPM (TablePrinterModule)

This module is very easy to understand & use!

Step 1
Grab my ̶S̶t̶e̶a̶l̶ ̶t̶h̶e̶ module from this link: Super epic wowie asset free

Step 2
Now put it in ‘Wherever you like’.

Step 3
Create a new script (The script type depends on what you want)

Step 4
So first get the module and other variables

NOW GO CREATE THAT DAMN TABLE / or use the one you already have :slight_smile:

Step 5 I have put this in a seperate step just to let you suffer
Now go print those veggies for your mom.

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That’s that,

Well… You can just turn off Log Mode in the output’s settings, lol.

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I can’t understand what’s the objective of that module

You can already print tables just by… printing it, you don’t need loops or anything else


(cc. @msix29)

This module can be useful for printing tables outside of Studio (you don’t get pretty printed tables outside Studio when you print them, just the memory address gets printed and that’s it)

If I recall correctly, a module like this already exist but I forgot what was the name

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What’s the point of this, You can just turn off Log Mode and you can print it

  1. you can do this ~~d~~ and it returns this d

Fair point but why would someone ever run Luau code outside of Roblox Studio, I mean, Luau is pretty useless without the additions that Roblox has added to it inside the engine.

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Honestly you could just use json encode to encode any array/dictionary into a easy-to-understand thing but this is pretty cool

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I think you are referring to the module named Repr. (Couldn’t find this in DevForum using search no matter how hard I tried. Only found this by searching Google. :​/)

(Not asking to @RadiatedExodus)
How is this module compared to Repr?
How does this module print instances? Is it just names? Or it shows a path to that instance?

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Oke, so It seems like there are a trillion better ways to do it. So thanks for informing me about that, I still sometimes have problems with printing tables but yeah. That’s basically it.

Seems quite useful when needing to debug teleport data and messaging service. I might use this in the future, but it might become obsolete if this is ever added into the dev console.

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