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justify

aligns strings in columns to the left, center, or right

Syntax

Tj = justify(S, position)

Arguments

S

a matrix of character strings.

Sj

a matrix of character strings. The justified result.

position

Possible values:

'l' or 'left': left justification
'c' or 'center': centering
'r' or 'right': right justification

Description

The justify function justifies the column of a matrix of string according to the given position.

Examples

t=['1234','x','adfdfgdfghfgj'
   '1','354556','dgf'
   'sdfgd','','sdfsf'];

justify(t,'l')
justify(t,'c')
justify(t,'r')

See also

  • length — Number of characters of a string. Number of elements of an array or list.
  • part — Extraction of characters from strings
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