Wed, 30 Apr 1997 12:38:51 +0200
Following my posting of a write.table() function, Martin suggested that
one could have a generic write() function and special methods for
e.g. time series, data frames, etc.
Well, a month has passed since ...
What does everyone think? Is it a good idea, or would write.table() be
enough? If we think that it is not enough, which arguments should the
write methods typically allow? What about
write.xxx (x, # object
file = # filename, default stdout
append = # obvious
sep = # obvious
eol = # end of line char
On the other hand, it seems clear that something like write.table() is
nice, and what it should do. But what about classes other than
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