[R] a little question about R
John Fox
jfox at mcmaster.ca
Wed Sep 8 02:38:27 CEST 2004
You can use letters[1:4].
I hope that this helps,
John
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> Hello,sir: Here's a little question about R which needs your
> help.Thanks in advance.
> If I wanna make a sequence just like a,b,c,d (In other
> words,a vector consists of 4 characters :a,b,c,d ).How can I
> do it in a shortcut manner? Yes,I can do it as following:
> c("a","b","c","d") and the result is:[1] "a" "b" "c" "d".
> But I remember there's a shortcut manner to do the same
> thing,something like c("a":"d").But the system said:"Error in
> "a":"d" : NA/NaN argument" So I wonder the correct method to
> do it(I remember the expression is very similar with
> c("a":"d")). Thanks from the bottom of my heart. My best regards!
>
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