[R] how to hide code of any function

Greg Snow 538280 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 22 22:01:03 CET 2012

See the 'petals' function in the TeachingDemos package for one example
of hiding source from casual inspection (intermediate level R users
will still easily be able to figure out what the key code is, but will
not be able to claim that they stumbled across it on accident).

This post gives another possibility:

On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 6:53 AM, mrzung <mrzung46 at gmail.com> wrote:
> hi
> I'm making some program and it need to be hidden.
> it's not commercial purpose but it is educational,
> so i do want to hide the code of function.
> for example,
> if i made following function:
> a<-function(x){
> y<-x^2
> print(y)
> }
> i do not want someone to type "a" and take the code of the function.
> is there anyone who can help me?
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