# Problem

Given an integer, , print the following values for each integer i from 1 to 10:

1. Decimal
2. Octal
4. Binary

#### Function Description

Complete the print_formatted function in the editor below.

print_formatted has the following parameters:

• int number: the maximum value to print

#### Prints

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

#### Input Format

A single integer denoting n.

```17
```

#### Sample Output

```    1     1     1     1
2     2     2    10
3     3     3    11
4     4     4   100
5     5     5   101
6     6     6   110
7     7     7   111
8    10     8  1000
9    11     9  1001
10    12     A  1010
11    13     B  1011
12    14     C  1100
13    15     D  1101
14    16     E  1110
15    17     F  1111
16    20    10 10000
17    21    11 10001
```

### Solution

 ``` 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14``` ```def print_formatted(number): width = len(bin(number)[2:]) for i in range(1, number+1): deci = str(i) octa = oct(i)[2:] hexa = hex(i)[2:].upper() bina = bin(i)[2:] print(deci.rjust(width),octa.rjust(width),hexa.rjust(width),bina.rjust(width)) if __name__ == '__main__': n = int(input()) print_formatted(n) ```
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