This option controls the threshold for the column’s width
to be truncated. If a column’s name or its values exceed
max_column_width, the content of the column is truncated
max_column_width characters when printed.
This option applies to both the rendering of a frame in a terminal, and the rendering in a Jupyter notebook. However, it will have no effect for data in fixed-width columns, such as boolean, numeric, date or time.
max_column_width value. Initially, this option is set to
max_column_width value, cannot be less than
value equals to
None, the column’s content
would never be truncated.
The exception is raised when the
value is less than
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