[R] Assigning several lists to variables whose names are contained in other variables
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Fri Apr 9 17:22:05 CEST 2021
On 4/9/21 5:21 AM, Wolfgang Grond wrote:
> here I get the error message:
> Error my_function(val) :
> cannot find function my_function.
I'm guessing that you are following someone else's blog and have failed
one of two things:
- understand that what was meant by the author was that you were assumed
to have a function in mind to use for a programming strategy being
- or you were copying and pasting only part of a blog and failed to
paste in the code from above where there was earlier code defining
> Am 9. April 2021 12:35:40 MESZ schrieb Greg Minshall <minshall using umich.edu>:
>>> result <- assign(paste("subnet_", val, sep = "")
>>> result <- my_function(val)
>> i don't understand why you are twice assigning to =result=. also, the
>> first assignment doesn't seem well formatted (t's missing a value?).
>> did you mean something like
>> : assign(paste("subnet_", val, sep = ""), my_function(val))
>> (which i would think should work)?
>> cheers, Greg
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