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Is it possible to insert arguments into functions when they're used like Function@ or //Function? Sometimes I need to do this, but then I have to return to the standard function usage: Function[]

Imagine I have this:

Table[8^m - 1, {m, 1, 20}]//TableForm

Or this:

TableForm@Table[8^m - 1, {m, 1, 20}]

But I don't like the default alignment and I want to use another alignment, say right. Will I always have to transform the above function into this:

TableForm[Table[8^m - 1, {m, 1, 20}], TableAlignments -> Right]

Is it possible to insert arguments into functions when they're used like Function@ or //Function? Sometimes I need to do this, but then I have to return to the standard function usage: Function[]

Is it possible to insert arguments into functions when they're used like Function@ or //Function? Sometimes I need to do this, but then I have to return to the standard function usage: Function[]

Imagine I have this:

Table[8^m - 1, {m, 1, 20}]//TableForm

Or this:

TableForm@Table[8^m - 1, {m, 1, 20}]

But I don't like the default alignment and I want to use another alignment, say right. Will I always have to transform the above function into this:

TableForm[Table[8^m - 1, {m, 1, 20}], TableAlignments -> Right]
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Is it possible to insert arguments into functions when they're used like Function@ or //Function?

Is it possible to insert arguments into functions when they're used like Function@ or //Function? Sometimes I need to do this, but then I have to return to the standard function usage: Function[]