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Horizontal version of Print[]

Updated to reverse the result of OP's loop This makes a list (which needs to be reversed): ...
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Horizontal version of Print[]

How about BaseForm[13,2] or more generally BaseForm[n,base]
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Horizontal version of Print[]

What is the most direct way to produce the desired effect? Do not use Print. I am sure there are at least 10 ways to do this, one way could be to replace Print by <...
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Print in TableForm

eps = 10^-16000; dim = 3; pre = 10000; max = 10; a = 1; b = Norm[newF[ts]]; ts = SetAccuracy[ConstantArray[8/10, dim], pre]; k = 0; list = {}; To get a clearer ...
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Horizontal version of Print[]

"What is the most direct way to produce the desired effect?" BaseForm[13, 2]
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Print into different cell groups inside module

You can observe how grouping is implemented if you do it manually (under the menu Cell > Grouping > Group Cells), and then inspect the cell expressions (...
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String in a Box representation makes a subtle error

So far I've used RowBox, GridBox, AdjustmentBox mostly. But ...
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