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#### \raggedleft

Synopses:

{\raggedleft  ... }


or

\begin{environment} \raggedleft
...
\end{environment}


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 format, the scope of the declaration must contain the blank line or \end command that ends the paragraph unit.

For an example related to this environment, see \raggedright, where one just have mutatis mutandis to replace \raggedright by \raggedleft.