[R] list function objects only
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Thu Mar 14 21:07:41 CET 2002
On Thu, 14 Mar 2002, Bob Porter wrote:
> I use R and SPlus intensely, yet sporadically, and always seem to forget
> something essential....even if I keep logs. Anyway, I thought I used to use
> a command in R to list or identify only those objects that were
> functions.....eg to create a list for filing. Am I hallucinating? I can't
> seem to find the function I want in SEARCH.
Not directly, but easy to do by a bit of programming.
ls.functions <- function()
x <- eval.parent(quote(ls()))
x[sapply(x, function(x) typeof(get(x)) == "closure")]
> In a related way, is there an R package that provides object management
> utilities similar to the Object Browser in SPLUS?
Would that be the Object *Explorer* in the Windows versions 2000 and 6?
If so, no. (Object Browsers went away some years ago.)
Brian D. Ripley, ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
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