[R] is.finite() of a list
stephen wisdom
swisdom at operamail.com
Sun Feb 9 02:30:04 CET 2003
> ?is.finite
`is.finite' and `is.infinite' return a vector of the same length
as `x', indicating which elements are finite or not.
is.finite() of a list seems to return a vector of the length of the list, but with value FALSE if any list element isn't finite. Is this intended?
> l4 <- list(NA,1,2,3); l4; length(l4); is.finite(l4)
[[1]]
[1] NA
[[2]]
[1] 1
[[3]]
[1] 2
[[4]]
[1] 3
[1] 4
[1] FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE
> version
_
platform i386-pc-mingw32
arch i386
os mingw32
system i386, mingw32
status
major 1
minor 6.2
year 2003
month 01
day 10
language R
> system('winver')
[Windows XP Professional]
Thanks,
Steve Wisdom
Westport CT USA
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