aligning decimal points?

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    aligning decimal points?

    Im new to c programing and am in a class to learn.

    our first project we have to create a program that allows a user to input their time worked hours pays and a deduction and then have the program display all their taxes and gross / net pay.

    that much I have done but for full credit we must make all the decimal points line up. what would be the best way to do this?

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    Use the format specifiers for printf(). In particular the field width and resolution specifications:
    Makes a fleld 10 digits wide (the dot counts as 1 width), and displays your floating point number to 2 decimal places. You can change the position of the numbers inside the field width, by using the - before the field width specifier: %-10.2f etc.

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    yeah adak was right
    u can doing this on int and other declaring variables too
    like this
    int a,b;
    char c,*d;
    float e;

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