Python 3, I want to layout a string to print right aligned. I know I deserve to do this:
print(':>30'.format('string goes here'))and that will make that right-aligned come the 30th column. Yet say I desire it right-aligned come the nth column. I have tried several means to do it, however each way returns one error:
print(':>n'.format('string go here'))gives
ValueError: Unknown layout code 'n' for object of form 'str'and
print(':>0'.format('string goes here'))gives
ValueError: cannot switch native automatic ar numbering to manual ar specificationand
print(':>'.format(n, 'string goes here'))gives
ValueError: Invalid layout specifierSo I'm make the efforts to figure out the right means to happen n as the discussion for how far to the right I want my text aligned. What am ns doing dorn here, and also how carry out I execute it right?
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So close :)
print(':>n'.format('string go here',n=30))
Op · 6y
print(':>x'.format(string goes here', x=n))amirite?
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If that's the just thing you're act (i.e. This is not component of a larger format string with various other stuff walking on), then together an alternate consider:
Op · 6y
Cool, thanks. I am actually adding some various other stuff into the the cable format, ns just formed my concern so that didn't have any of the other stuff.
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