# How to Reverse the order of given vector in R ?

Last Updated : 30 May, 2021

In this article, we will discuss how to reverse the order of elements in a vector using rev() function in R Programming Language.

Syntax:

rev(vector_name)

Approach

• create a vector
• reverse the elements

Syntax to create a vector:

c(value1,value2,…,valuen)

Example: Creating the vector

## R

 `# create vector with names ` `name=``c``(``"sravan"``,``"mohan"``,``"sudheer"``,``"radha"``,``"vani"``,``"mohan"``) ` ` `  `# create vector with subjects ` `subjects=``c``(``".net"``,``"Python"``,``"java"``,``"dbms"``,``"os"``,``"dbms"``) ` ` `  `# create a vector with marks ` `marks=``c``(98,97,89,90,87,90) ` ` `  `# create vector with height ` `height=``c``(5.97,6.11,5.89,5.45,5.78,6.0) ` ` `  `# create vector with weight ` `weight=``c``(67,65,78,65,81,76) ` ` `  `# pass these vectors to the vector ` `data=``c``(name,subjects,marks,height,weight) ` ` `  `# display ` `print``(data)`

Output:

Example: Reverse the order of elements

## R

 `print``(``"reverse"``) ` `print``(``rev``(name)) ` `print``(``rev``(subjects)) ` `print``(``rev``(marks)) ` `print``(``rev``(height)) ` `print``(``rev``(weight))`

Output:

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