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JTextField - change caret side

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Im trying to change a JTextField so it writes from right to left, much the same way a spreadsheet or calculator cell works for numerical values. How would I do this?

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JTextField rightAlignedTextField = new JTextField(20);

rightAlignedTextField.setHorizontalAlignment(SwingConstants.RIGHT);
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