# Check if values in a vector are True or not in R Programming – all() and any() Function

In this article, we are going to check if the values in a vector are true or not in R Programming Language.

## R – all() function

all() function in R Language will check in a vector whether all the values are true or not.

Syntax: all(x, na.rm)

Parameters:

• x: vector
• na.rm: logical, if NA value to removed before result

Example 1: Basic example of all() function in r

## R

 `# R program to illustrate` `# all function`   `# Example vector` `

Output:

`FALSE`

Here in the above code, we have created an example vector and applied all() functions to it. Clearly, all the values are not less than zero, one value -4 is less than zero, so the answer is FALSE.

Example 2: Using na.rm argument

## R

 `# R program to illustrate` `# all function with na.rm`   `# Example vector with NA value` `x2 <- ``c``(1, 2, 3, -4, 5, ``NA``)`   `# Apply all function with na.rm = TRUE` `all``(x2 < - 10, na.rm = ``TRUE``)`

Output:

`TRUE`

Here in the above code, we set the value of na.rm to TRUE. So the output is TRUE. As all of them are greater than -10 in the above code.

## R – any() function

any() function in R Programming language will check in vector whether any of the values is true.

Syntax: any(x, na.rm)

Parameters:

x: vector

na.rm: logical, if NA value to removed before result

Example 1: any() function

## R

 `# R program to illustrate` `# any() function`   `# Example vector` `x1 <- ``c``(1, 2, 3, - 4, 5, )                        `   `# Apply any function in R` `any``(x1 < 0)                                            `

Output:

`TRUE`

Here in the above code, we have applied any() function. Since one value is “-4” (lesser than 0), so the answer is TRUE.

Example 2: Any function using na.rn argument

## R

 `# R program to illustrate` `# any function with na.rm`   `# Example vector with NA value` `x2 <- ``c``(1, 2, 3, -4, 5, ``NA``)`   `# Apply any function with na.rm = TRUE` `any``(x2 < - 10, na.rm = ``TRUE``)                            `

Output:

`FALSE`

Here in the above code, we set the value of na.rm to TRUE. So the output is False. As all of them are lesser than -10 in the above code.

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