[R] for cycle with uncontinuous numbers
jim holtman
jholtman at gmail.com
Sun Sep 27 17:07:36 CEST 2009
It is unclear exactly what you are trying to do. Since your 'test'
matrix is only 6 rows in length, then when you extend it by trying to
store into 50 for example, it will fill in the rest of the new values
with NA. Can you explain what you think the code is supposed to do?
It is doing exactly what you are asking it to do with the script you
provided.
On Sun, Sep 27, 2009 at 10:09 AM, Marcio Resende
<mresendeufv at yahoo.com.br> wrote:
>
> Hi Tobias, thanks for the help,
> the code I am using is quite long, but basically what I tried to do was
>
> test <- matrix(0,6,1)
> x <- matrix( c(50,100,200,300,900,2343) ,ncol = 1)
> for (i in x){
> test [i] <- (i)
> }
>
> but this code returns NA for all the elements which are not x
>
>
>
>
> Tobias Verbeke-2 wrote:
>>
>>> Hi nice people,
>>
>> :-)
>>
>>> I would like to do a for cycle but i wish it to assume only the numers
>>> 50,
>>> 100, 200, 300, 900 and 2343
>>> I tried to do something like
>>>
>>> x <- c(50,100,200,300,900,2343)
>>> for (i in x){
>>> #.....
>>> }
>>>
>>> But it didn´t work
>>
>> If you would use a reproducible code example we
>> could point out where the error comes from;
>> otherwise we can only tell this should work;
>> try
>>
>> x <- c(50,100,200,300,900,2343)
>> for (i in x){
>> cat(i^2, "\n")
>> }
>> # 2500
>> # 10000
>> # 40000
>> # 90000
>> # 810000
>> # 5489649
>>
>> HTH,
>> Tobias
>>
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