In Sagemath's jupyter notebook, I run following code, and get a bad output of table. But it works well in Sagemath notebook.

Input:

```
M=[[(i,i,i,i,j) for i in [1..10]] for j in [1..5]];
table(M)
```

1 | initial version |

In Sagemath's jupyter notebook, I run following code, and get a bad output of table. But it works well in Sagemath notebook.

Input:

```
M=[[(i,i,i,i,j) for i in [1..10]] for j in [1..5]];
table(M)
```

2 | No.2 Revision |

In Sagemath's jupyter notebook, I run following code, and get a bad output of table. But it works well in Sagemath notebook.

Input:

```
M=[[(i,i,i,i,j) for i in [1..10]] for j in [1..5]];
table(M)
```

Another example:

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