right-justify


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right-justify

[′rīt ′jəs·tə‚fī]
(computer science)
To shift the contents of a register so that the right or least significant digit is at some specified position.
(graphic arts)
To adjust the printing positions of characters on a page so that the right margin is lined up. Also known as flush right.
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