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display output in two columns on page

I have the following php code that displays all my members in a single column down the page.  Is it possible to place those members into two columns on the page?

<?php
foreach (get_users ("role=s2member_level1") as $user)
{
$user = new WP_User ($user->ID);
echo "\n" . do_shortcode("[show_avatar id=$user->ID avatar_size=120]", $user->ID) . "\n" . "<strong>Name:</strong> " . get_user_field ("display_name", $user->ID) . "\n" . "<strong>Age:</strong> " . get_user_field ("age", $user->ID) . "\n" . "<strong>About Me:</strong> " . get_user_field ("about_me", $user->ID) . "\n";
}
?>
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ncooCommented:
You could do something like this:
<table>
<?php
$i = 0;
foreach (get_users ("role=s2member_level1") as $user)
{
	$user = new WP_User ($user->ID);
	if ($i%2 == 0) {
		echo '<tr>';
	}

	echo '<td>';

	echo "\n" . do_shortcode("[show_avatar id=$user->ID avatar_size=120]", $user->ID) . "\n" . "<strong>Name:</strong> " . get_user_field ("display_name", $user->ID) . "\n" . "<strong>Age:</strong> " . get_user_field ("age", $user->ID) . "\n" . 
	"<strong>About Me:</strong> " . get_user_field ("about_me", $user->ID) . "\n";

	echo '</td>';

	if ($i%2 != 0) {
		echo '</tr>';
	}
	$i++;
}
?>
</table>

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COwebmasterAuthor Commented:
Perfect! Thanks!
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