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# How to Create a Vector of Zero Length in R

• Last Updated : 23 Aug, 2021

In this article, we are going to discuss how to create a vector of zero length in R programming language.

We can create a vector of zero length by passing the datatype as a value to the vector.

Syntax:

vector=datatype()

There are six data types and each can be used to create a vector of the required datatype. Let’s see how to create a vector of 0 length of each data type.

## character()

It is used to create a Numeric vector of 0 length.

Syntax:

vector = character()

Example: R program to create a numeric vector of 0 length and display

## R

 `# Numeric vector of 0 length``vector < - ``character``()`` ` `# display``print``(vector)`

Output:

character(0)

## factor()

It is used to create a Factor vector of 0 length

Syntax:

vector = factor()

Example: R program to create a factor vector of length 0 and display

## R

 `# Factor vector of 0 length``vector = ``factor``()       `` ` `# display``print``(vector)`

Output:

factor(0)

Levels:

## logical()

It is used to create a logical vector of 0 length.

Syntax:

vector = logical()

Example: R program to create a logical vector  of length 0 and display

## R

 `# logical vector of 0 length``vector = ``logical``()       `` ` `# display``print``(vector)`

Output:

logical(0)

## integer()

It is used to create an Integer vector of 0 length.

Syntax:

vector = integer ()

Example: R program to create an integer vector of length 0 and display

## R

 `# Integer vector of 0 length``vector = ``integer``()       `` ` `# display``print``(vector)       `

Output:

integer(0)

## double()

It is used to create a double vector of 0 length.

Syntax:

vector = double()

Example: R program to create a double vector of 0 length and display

## R

 `# double vector of 0 length``vector = ``double``()       `` ` `# display``print``(vector)        `

Output:

numeric(0)

## raw()

It is used to create a raw vector of 0 length.

Syntax:

vector = raw()

Example: R program to create a Raw vector of length 0 and display

## R

 `# raw vector of 0 length``vector = ``raw``()       `` ` `# display``print``(vector)`

Output:

raw(0)

## complex()

It is used to create a complex vector of 0 length.

Syntax:

vector = complex()

Example: R program to create a complex vector of 0 length and display

## R

 `# complex vector of 0 length``vector = ``complex``()       `` ` `# display``print``(vector)`

Output:

complex(0)

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