# [Tex/LaTex] How to put a brace on the right, not left, to group cases

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How can I get a brace on the right, not the left, to group cases, using cases? (I know actual cases look better with the brace on the left, but the items I need to group are not literally cases. They are a set of steps in an algorithm which I want to consider as an item.)

The following puts the brace on the left. All I need to do is to flip it to the right.

\begin{align}
\begin{cases}
a&=bbb\\
c&=ddddddd\\
e&=ffffffffff
\end{cases}
\end{align}


Thanks for any help with this!

use package mathtools. There is also a drcases environment
\documentclass{article}
$\begin{rcases*} E = m c^2 & foo \\ \int x-3\, dx & barbaz \end{rcases*} y=f(x)$