Hash Tables are collections of name-value pairs that can be passed as arguments into test fixtures. They render as tables. DoFixture will decode a name-value pair table into a true hashtable. Java_Slim and Ruby_Slim will both convert this HTML string into a Map<String,String> (or a hash in the case of Ruby)

Any text enclosed in !{ and } will be treated as a Hash Table.

Markup Text
Displays as
!{fname:Bob, lname:Martin, dob:5-Dec-1952}
fname Bob
lname Martin
dob 5-Dec-1952

The key name must be plain text, but the value can be any reasonable wiki construct.

Markup Text
Displays as
!{fname:''Bob'', lname:''Martin'', today:!today, hash:!{fname:Bob, lname:Martin, dob:5-Dec-1952}}
fname Bob
lname Martin
today 28 Jul, 2017
hash
fname Bob
lname Martin
dob 5-Dec-1952


Syntax issues.


     !{
     Name:Bob,
     Address:There,
     Time:Now
     }! 

CSS

You can change their appearance using the css classes hash_table, hash_row, hash_key, and hash_value