numpy.char.rjust#

char.rjust(a, width, fillchar=' ')[source]#

Return an array with the elements of a right-justified in a string of length width.

Calls str.rjust element-wise.

Parameters:
aarray_like, with np.bytes_ or np.str_ dtype
widthint

The length of the resulting strings

fillcharstr or unicode, optional

The character to use for padding

Returns:
outndarray

Output array of str or unicode, depending on input type

See also

str.rjust

Examples

>>> a = np.array(['aAaAaA', '  aA  ', 'abBABba'])
>>> np.strings.rjust(a, width=3)
array(['aAa', '  a', 'abB'], dtype='<U3')