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margin-left: auto on the flex-item you want to align to the right:
If you have multiple flex-items next to that element, it will also align those to the right:
How it works is that 'margin' will take up all the available space to the left, pushing the element itself to the right.
This functionality is also why Flexbox doesn't have a
justify-self property, because
margin: auto already does the trick, although maybe it should be included to reduce confusion.
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