[R] getting values out of functions
spencer.graves at pdf.com
Fri Jul 30 03:22:50 CEST 2004
Have you looked at "writing your own functions" in "An
Introduction to R", downloadable from "www.r-project.org" ->
Documentation: Manuals? If you want more than one object, you can
return a list with all the objects you want as components; see "lists
and data frames" in the same manual.
hope this helps. spencer graves
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Kathryn Jones wrote:
>Just wondering if there's a way to get a value you've
>assigned within a function, out of the function?
> testing <-read.table("...",header=TRUE)
>I want to be able to use 'testing' outside of the function,
>so be able to call ls() and testing be there...
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