spencer.graves at pdf.com
Thu Mar 6 18:42:04 CET 2003
Regarding "1", both "cat(x)" and "print(x)" have worked for me,
depending on the class of "x". To get extra labeling, sometimes I have
and variants on that.
Hope this helps.
janet rosenbaum wrote:
> I have two questions: one so easy that I apologise for it in advance
> and one maybe more obscure:
> 1. Interactively, typing the variable name will cause its value to print.
> How do I print out a variable's value inside of a script?
> I've tried cat("Field separator" fsep) and variations thereon, and
> haven't found anything that works.
> 2. I also have a tcltk in R question.
> How do you use the command tkoptionmenu in R?
> The following are both valid syntax and both create the desired menu,
> but neither changes the variable fsep.
> septype.menu <- tkoptionmenu(septype,fsep, ",",";", ".", "\t", " ", "")
> septype.menu <- tkoptionmenu(septype,variable=fsep, ",",";", ".", "\t", " ", "")
> septype is the frame that optionmenu is placed in, and fsep is
> the variable whose value I want to change.
> I consulted with the tcltk documentation and none of their syntax or
> variations thereon works.
> Janet Rosenbaum
> Center for Basic Research in the Social Sciences, Harvard University
> R-help at stat.math.ethz.ch mailing list
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