[R] Help needed on R output
jim at bitwrit.com.au
Tue May 26 11:52:25 CEST 2009
peng chen wrote:
> Hi, R experts:
> I am trying to generate data output in the following format:
> rom_array := (
> I have all the necessary data line, however, I am having trouble generating
> the double quotation marks along with the trailing comma for each line.
Hi Peng and others,
I assumed that you wanted to generate that (Pascal?) expression and you
have a character or binary numeric vector of the six elements. Say that
vector is named "binaryvector".
cat("rom_array := (\n")
for(i in 1:length(binaryvector))
should do what you want. However, I have two questions:
1) Why does cat put a newline at the end of a call with a sep argument
with a newline in it? It doesn't put the sep argument after the last
element of the vector, even though the help page says that it does.
2) The help page reads:
sep a character vector of strings to append after each element.
but cat clearly uses only the first string of the vector. Am I reading
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