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ONKELINX, Thierry Thierry.ONKELINX at inbo.be
Mon Feb 9 11:26:17 CET 2009

Dear Glenn,

Are you looking for str()? Try str(bycontract) 



ir. Thierry Onkelinx
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Namens glenn
Verzonden: maandag 9 februari 2009 11:13
Aan: r-help at r-project.org
Onderwerp: [R] (no subject)

Is there a general method for finding out what "something" is in R

I have a list (bycontract) that;

> is.list(bycontract3)

[1] TRUE

And an element of this list would be this say;

> bycontract3[[1]]

 [1]  22   3.2  -8 -17  49   3

 [7]  30 -3 -21   8 3 12

[13]  49 19 -13  -2 25 39

[19] -12 -90 -1  15 -87 30

I can not seem to see what type of object this element is (is.list =
- also is there a way to take all the elements and just put them in just
series please



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