How to find SubString in R programming?

substr() method in R programming is used to find the sub string from starting index to the ending index values in a string.

Syntax: substr(string_name, start, end)

Return: Returns the sub string from a given string using indexes.

Example 1:

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# Given String
gfg <- "Geeks For Geeks"
  
# Using substr() method
answer <- substr(gfg, 0, 5)
  
print(answer)

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Output:

[1] "Geeks"

Example 2:

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# Given String
gfg <- "The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog"
  
# Using substr() method
answer <- substr(gfg, 20, 30)
  
print(answer)

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Output:

[1] " jumps over"
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