Is this what you want?
> A <- list()
> # setup a counter
> counter <- 0
> A[[counter <- counter+1]] <- C
> A[[counter <- counter+1]] <- D
> A
[[1]]
[[1]]$a
[1] 3
[[1]]$b
[1] 4
[[2]]
[[2]]$a
[1] 4
[[2]]$b
[1] 2
On 3/24/06, saverio vicario wrote:
>
> I have a function that generated list and then from those I need to
> do some repeated calculation. So I was thinking to put them in
> another list and call them one after the other. Given that I have 20
> of those it was a bit annoying to typing all of them in one command.
> So I need something to do a recursive addition of a list objet to a
> list
> here a small size example
> A<-list()
> D<-list(a=4, b=2)
> C<-list(a=3, b=4)
> I would like to this but without typing D and C
> A<-list(D,C)
> A
> Something like where I add new object list to the big list, but
> without that the element got mixed across my sublist as when I type :
> A<-c(A,D)
> A<-c(A,C)
> A
>
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