[R] Requery: R 1.0.0 for Win95 and clipboard

Sven Garbade garbade at psy.uni-muenchen.de
Thu Mar 23 12:44:14 CET 2000

Hi Ursula,

I don´t use Windows anymore, but I´think it isn´t possible. But maybe
this helps you:

To paste a dataframe to the Win-clipboard, just print the dataframe in R
(asume its name as my_data)

> my_data

Now you can mark it with your mouse, type Contr+C to paste it to the
clippboard. To read data from the clippboard, you must save it to a
file, e.g. use the Notepad editor and paste the data to its sheet. Save
the file and use the read.table-function in R to read the data from the 

bye, Sven

Ursula Kellett wrote:
> Noone answered so I guess this is not possible, but can anyone definitely put
> me out of my misery...
> 'I have just begun using R 1.0.0 for Win95. Can someone please tell me  how to
> put a data frame on the clipboard, and how to read data into a  data frame
> from the clipboard.'
> Is this something that's planned? The clipboard seems pretty fundamental to
> Windows (and other OS?).
> Thanks
> Ursula Kellett
> Brisbane Australia
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