Hi, I want to output a series of items, but I want to make sure they're
properly spaced out so it's more readable.

Sample:

dfssdf     |  393f    |  dfskjsdfk
dfjkdfkdfkj|  fd      |  3493
df         |  1       |  etc....

Each row is a class and the data is a variable in the class. For
example, row 1-variable 1 is 'dfssdf', row1-variable 2 is '393f', etc.

All of my row objects are stored in an array, and when I want to output
them, I iterate through the array to access each object's data. How can
I make sure that each object's data is output in accordance with every
other data's data? (i.e. proper spacing)

THANKS!
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