[R] Re: variable argument lists
Brad Buchsbaum
brad at aris.ss.uci.edu
Tue Apr 2 20:11:46 CEST 2002
Hi,
Is it possible to make a function treat an R list as if it were a sequence
arguments?
For instance, the "order" function has a variable length argument list.
So one could do: x <- order(a,b)
Suppose one does not know in advance the number of arguments to the order
function and those arguments are stored in a list.
e.g. x <- list(a,b,c)
How would one go about ordering the list of vectors contained in x
(with b, c, etc. representing "tie-breaking" vectors for the order
function).
thanks for any help on this.
Brad Buchsbaum
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