[Rd] dim "heritage"
Sun, 01 Apr 2001 19:48:58 +0200
i understand that part.
i wonder if it would make sense
thnat sort(x) also keeps the dimensions
(it should be an object of the same dimensions in any case i can
Prof Brian Ripley wrote:
> On Sun, 1 Apr 2001, Erich Neuwirth wrote:
> > when i do
> > x<-4:1
> > dim(x)<-c(4,1)
> > and then
> > z<-sin(x)
> > dim(z) is c(4,1)
> > sort(x)
> > however, does not have a dim attribute.
> > is this intended behavior?
> Yes. You would expect x^2 to act elementwise, and all elementwise
> arithmetic operations keep the dimensions.
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