[R] Create macro_var in R

Henrik Bengtsson henrik.bengtsson at gmail.com
Wed Feb 3 18:48:37 CET 2016

Don't know what `population` is, but a simple assignment

MVAR <- population

may provide what you need.  Note, no c().  For example,

> foo <- rnorm
> foo(3)
[1] -0.08093862 -0.87827617  1.52826914


On Wed, Feb 3, 2016 at 9:41 AM, Amoy Yang via R-help
<r-help at r-project.org> wrote:
>  There is a %LET statement in SAS: %let MVAR=population; Thus, MVAR can be used through entire program.
> In R, I tried MAVR<-c("population"). The problem is that MAVR comes with double quote "...." that I don't need. But MVAR<-c(population) did NOT work out. Any way that double quote can be removed as done in SAS when creating macro_var?
> Thanks in advance for helps!
> Amoy
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