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Tag Archives: R String-Functions

noquote() function in R Language is used to prints strings without quotes. Syntax: noquote(x) Parameters: x: character vector Example 1: # R program to illustrate… Read More
agrep() function in R Language is used to search for approximate matches to pattern within each element of the given string.  Syntax: agrep(pattern, x, ignore.case=FALSE, value=FALSE)Parameters:pattern:… Read More
cat() function in R Language is used to print out to the screen or to a file.  Syntax: cat(…, file = “”, sep = ” “,… Read More
nzchar() function in R Language is used to test whether elements of a character vector are non-empty strings. Syntax: nzchar(x) Parameters: x: character vector Example… Read More
sQuote() function in R Language is used to convert the given string or character vector into single quote text. Syntax: sQuote(x) Parameters: x: specified string,… Read More
dQuote() function in R Language is used to convert the given string or character vector into double quote text. Syntax: dQuote(x) Parameters: x: specified string,… Read More
chartr() function in R Programming Language is used to do string substitutions. It replaces all the matches of the existing characters of a string with… Read More
charToRaw() function in R Language is used to convert the given character to their corresponding ASCII value or “raw” objects.  Syntax: charToRaw(x)Parameters: x: Given characters to… Read More
charmatch() function in R Programming Language is used to find matches between two arguments. Syntax: charmatch(x, table, nomatch = NA_integer_) Parameters:  x: the values to… Read More

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