N.30 Ma­chine lan­guage Cleb­sch-Gor­dan ta­bles

The usual ma­chine lan­guage form of the ta­bles leaves out the $a$, $b$, and $ab$ iden­ti­fiers, the $j_a$ $\vphantom0\raisebox{1.5pt}{$=$}$ and $j_b$ $\vphantom0\raisebox{1.5pt}{$=$}$ clar­i­fi­ca­tions from the header, and all square root signs, the $j$ val­ues of par­ti­cles $a$ and $b$ from the kets, and all ket ter­mi­na­tor bars and brack­ets, but com­bines the two $m$ val­ues with miss­ing $j$ val­ues to­gether in a frame to re­sem­ble an $jm$ ket as well as pos­si­ble, and then puts it all in a font that is very easy to read with a mag­ni­fy­ing glass or mi­cro­scope.