String Formatting Python


Problem Statement :


Given an integer, n, print the following values for each integer i from 1 to n:

     1. Decimal
     2. Octal
     3. Hexadecimal (capitalized)
     4. Binary

The four values must be printed on a single line in the order specified above for each i from 1 to n. Each value should be space-padded to match the width of the binary value of n.


Input Format:

A single integer denoting n.


Constraints:
 1<=n<=99


Output Format:

Print n lines where each line i (in the range 1<=i<=n) contains the respective decimal, octal, capitalized hexadecimal, and binary values of i. Each printed value must be formatted to the width of the binary value of n.



Solution :



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                            Solution in C :

import math

n = int(input())

max_length = math.floor(math.log(n, 2)) + 1

for i in range(1, n+1):
    d = str(i).rjust(max_length)
    o = str(oct(i))[2:].rjust(max_length)
    h = str(hex(i))[2:].upper().rjust(max_length)
    b = bin(i)[2:].lstrip('0').rjust(max_length)
    print('{} {} {} {}'.format(d,o,h,b))
                        








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