[R] Is there a way to view S-PLUS script files in R

Campbell p.campbell at econ.bbk.ac.uk
Fri Mar 17 11:53:42 CET 2006

You can open .ssc files in Windows Notepad, then either cut and paste
the commands or type them out.  Typing them out may seem a little
excessive but it is one way to learn the syntax and structure of S/R, or
should that be R/S



>>> "xpRt.wannabe" <xprt.wannabe at gmail.com> 03/17/06 4:44 AM >>>
Dear List,

I have some S-PLUS script files (.ssc).  Does there exist an R
function/command  that can read such files?  I simply want to view the
code and practice in R to help me learn the subject matter.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

platform i386-pc-mingw32
arch     i386
os       mingw32
system   i386, mingw32
major    2
minor    2.1
year     2005
month    12
day      20
svn rev  36812
language R

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