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Reading a table generated using PyTables

I have a table with three columns and multiple rows. I know how to extract specific rows using table[0:5]. How can I extract just the elements of first two columns for these 5 rows?

Here is what I tried to extract the rows:

infile = 'table.h5'

f2 = tables.open_file(infile, "r")

table =

print(table[0:5])  #this gives me five rows with all columns
show runnable code, and please, where did you get this package from?
PyPi's closest entry is pytables, last updated 2008.

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