8.13.1 \raggedleft


{\raggedleft  ... }


\begin{environment} \raggedleft

A declaration which causes lines to be flush to the right margin and ragged left. It can be used inside an environment such as quote or in a parbox. For the environment form see flushright.

Unlike the flushright environment, the \raggedleft command does not start a new paragraph; it only changes how LaTeX formats paragraph units. To affect a paragraph unit’s formatting, the scope of the declaration must contain the blank line or \end command that ends the paragraph unit.

See \raggedright, for an example related to this environment; just replace \raggedright there by \raggedleft.

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