[R] Help: The Difference Between Workspace, Script, and History

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On Wed, 17 Dec 2014, Ian Evans wrote:

> I apologize that I am very new to R and programming in general. I do not
> understand the difference between the script, the workspace, and the
> history, and what saving each one means.
> I seem to be doing fine writing commands and going through lessons and
> examples (I'm using Learn R in a Day) but when I try to save what I wrote
> and load it later, it tells me that it is loaded, but none of my code is
> one the screen.
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