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fix: table component wrapped in a row components, table no scrollbar #24661

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🇺🇸 English Fix Table no showing scrollbar inside Row
🇨🇳 Chinese 修复 Table 包裹在 Row 中时无法展现横向滚动条的问题。

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@afc163 afc163 merged commit 061b457 into ant-design:master Jun 1, 2020
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