I have to write 2 triangles in one raw python

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I have two triangles that has to be in the same raw, both of them are made with the same code:

n = 5

for k in range(n):

for j in range(n):

print('x' if j+k >= n-1 else '', end='')

print()

they have little changes in the 4th line but exept that they are the same. I need to make them to be on the line like this:

x                     x
xx                 xx
xxx              xxx
xxxx           xxxx

help?
Dec 4, 2019 in Python by מיקה
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