## Algorithm

Problem Name: Python - Text Alignment

In this HackerRank Functions in PYTHON problem solution,

In Python, a string of text can be aligned left, right and center.

.ljust(width)

This method returns a left aligned string of length width.

``````>>> width = 20
>>> print 'HackerRank'.ljust(width,'-')
HackerRank----------
``````

.center(width)

This method returns a centered string of length width.

``````>>> width = 20
>>> print 'HackerRank'.center(width,'-')
-----HackerRank-----
``````

.rjust(width)

This method returns a right aligned string of length width.

``````>>> width = 20
>>> print 'HackerRank'.rjust(width,'-')
----------HackerRank
``````

You are given a partial code that is used for generating the HackerRank Logo of variable thickness.
Your task is to replace the blank (`______`) with rjust, ljust or center.

Input Format

A single line containing the thickness value for the logo.

Constraints

The thickness must be an odd number.

0 < thickness < 50

Output Format

Output the desired logo.

Sample Input

``````5
``````

Sample Output

``````    H
HHH
HHHHH
HHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHH
HHHHH               HHHHH
HHHHH               HHHHH
HHHHH               HHHHH
HHHHH               HHHHH
HHHHH               HHHHH
HHHHH               HHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
HHHHH               HHHHH
HHHHH               HHHHH
HHHHH               HHHHH
HHHHH               HHHHH
HHHHH               HHHHH
HHHHH               HHHHH
HHHHHHHHH
HHHHHHH
HHHHH
HHH
H
``````

## Code Examples

### #1 Code Example with Python Programming

```Code - Python Programming```

``````
t = int(input()) # thickness
assert t % 2 == 1
total_width = t * 6
ch = 'H'         # filler

def cone(aligned_left: bool = False, pointing_down: bool = False):
width = t * 2 - 1
layer_gen = range(t)
align = '>' if aligned_left else '<'
if pointing_down:
layer_gen = reversed(layer_gen)

for layer in layer_gen:
unaligned_layer = f"{ch * (1 + layer * 2): ^{width}}"
print(f"{unaligned_layer:{align}{total_width - 1}}")

def pillars():
for layer in range(t + 1):
print(f"{ch * t: ^{t*2}}{ch * t:^{total_width}}")

def middle_belt():
for i in range((t + 1) // 2):
print(f"{ch * t * 5: ^{total_width}}")

cone()                                      #Top Cone
pillars()                                   #Top Pillars
middle_belt()                               #Middle Belt
pillars()                                   #Bottom Pillars
cone(aligned_left=True, pointing_down=True) #Bottom Cone
``````
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