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Return a table object.

Returns a :py:class:`happybase.Table` instance for the table named
`name`. This does not result in a round-trip to the server, and the
table is not checked for existence.

The optional `use_prefix` parameter specifies whether the table prefix
(if any) is prepended to the specified `name`. Set this to `False` if
you want to use a table that resides in another ‘prefix namespace’,
e.g. a table from a ‘friendly’ application co-hosted on the same HBase(more...)

src/s/q/SqlHBase-0.4/sqlhbase/intake.py   SqlHBase(Download)
            )
 
        self._create_tbl = self._connection.table(__createtable__)
        self._values_tbl = self._connection.table(__valuestable__)
 

src/h/a/happybase-HEAD/tests/test_api.py   happybase(Download)
    connection.create_table(TEST_TABLE_NAME, families=cfs)
 
    table = connection.table(TEST_TABLE_NAME)
    assert_is_not_none(table)
 

src/h/a/happybase-0.8/tests/test_api.py   happybase(Download)
    connection.create_table(TEST_TABLE_NAME, families=cfs)
 
    table = connection.table(TEST_TABLE_NAME)
    assert_is_not_none(table)