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Questionhelp if any 1 can :) Pin
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hi every 1, this is my 1st post and i hope you guys can help me with my problem.
this is my problem .a quistion and i dont know how to solve it:

(Word Processing) One important function in word-processing systems is type justification—the alignment of words to
both the left and right margins of a page. This generates a professional-looking document that gives the appearance of being set in
type rather than prepared on a typewriter. Type justification can be accomplished on computer systems by inserting blank characters
between each of the words in a line so that the rightmost word aligns with the right margin.
Write a program that reads several lines of text and prints this text in type-justified format. Assume that the text is to be
printed on 8-1/2-inch-wide paper, and that one-inch margins are to be allowed on both the left and right sides of the printed page.
Assume that the computer prints 10 characters to the horizontal inch. Therefore, your program should print 6 1/2 inches of text, or
65 characters per line.

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