[BioC] how to see the content of a R function in a package?

Joern Toedling toedling at ebi.ac.uk
Sun Jun 17 20:17:28 CEST 2007

And if you want to see the source code of  a function that is not 
exported in a package's namespace, you have to type the function's name 
without parentheses, as Niki pointed out, but precede it with the 
package name and three colons, for example:


r.athanasiadou wrote:
> You mean typing the name of the function without parentheses or anything
> else following?(after you have called the appropriate package of course)
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> Subject: [BioC] how to see the content of a R function in a package?
> There seems to be a R command for doing this, I can not remember it though. 
> Thanks,
> James

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