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Unexpected characters in console output

According to C++ Reference, you are right.

As pointed out in the comments, for the string implementation you use, the arguments are switched.

For the second example, you print the sign (111-1)/2 = 55 = '7' for ' ' = 32 times. Swap the arguments to

string(' ',(111 - s.length()) / 2)

and it should work better.

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