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asked in CSC201 Spring 2021 by (8 points)

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+4 votes

I usually use .ljust() or .rjust() to right or left justify something. Put a number in the parentheses for the amount of characters. It takes some trial and error.

answered by (337 points)

This is okay, but we learned about f-strings in class and they are more convenient once you get comfortable with them.

+4 votes

Use f-strings with width field specifiers, like:

print (f"{lastName:14} {firstName:12} ...")
answered by (734 points)
+4 votes

you can also use > number or < number after colon to indicate the space from the left and from the right,
Hope that helps

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