[Rd] shouldn't seq(my_int_vector, length.out=y) be an integer vector?
by.hook.or at gmail.com
Mon Jun 29 19:03:52 CEST 2015
The class of seq(1L,length.out=6L) is numeric, which is not what I expect.
seq(1L,6L) gives an integer vector; and even seq(1,6) does, so the
departure/inconsistency when length.out is used doesn't seem desirable.
In the code for seq.default, I see
length.out <- ceiling(length.out)
and I'd suggest wrapping this in as.integer, since apparently ceiling
doesn't return an integer. (I'm sure there's some reason for that.)
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