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Latex: in text, the table label is mixed with section label.  e.g. "see Table 5.3.2.4 " actaully 5.3.2.4 is the section where the table is.

Posted on 2006-11-22
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Dear All,

As it in the title, this problem drive me crazy.
Latex: in text, the table label is mixed with section label.  e.g. "please see Table 5.3.2.4 ", actaully 5.3.2.4 is the section where the table is.

Why there is no latex Question Area in experts-exchange??

Thank!
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Question by:laoyaobest
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by:_iskywalker_
ID: 17995129
could you post the code?
normally i would say you put the label not in the Tabular:
\begin{tabular}
\label{blu}
\end{tabular}
would give you the right thing. you are writing now, probably:
\begin{tabular}
\end{tabular}
\label{blu}

so your  \ref{label} is in the \section enviroment and not in the tabular.
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by:laoyaobest
ID: 17996745
to iskywalker: You are not correct: \label{text} should be always out side of "tabular" body while inside "table" body.   :(

Here is the code: (the problem should be some where else.)
"please see Table~\ref{table:t1}
\begin{table} [htp]
\begin{center}
      \begin{tabular}{|c|c|}
      \hline
      \textbf{Terminal class} & \textbf{Wrapper cell type}\\
      \hline\hline
      SDI, SDO, RSDI, RSDO, DI, DO, FI, FO, CI & WC\_SD1\_COI\\
      \hline
      CO & WC\_SD1\_COI\_G\\
      \hline
      SI, SO & NONE\\
      \hline
      \end{tabular}
\label{table:t1}
\caption{Assignment of cells}
\end{center}
\end{table}"
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chijingao earned 150 total points
ID: 18053956
Put your \label{} after \caption{}!!

try again!
\caption{Assignment of cells}
\label{table:t1}
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