right justifying numbers

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    right justifying numbers

    Hello

    Is there anything in "printf" that lets me print in right justified?


    Example:

    making this right justified:

    Code:
    printf("%-14.2lf", number);


    Thanks

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    Yes, just remove the - in front of 14.

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