From: Paul Gilbert (email@example.com)
Date: Thu 16 Dec 1999 - 01:17:12 EST
o `Rcomplex' is preferred to `complex' (a future reserved word
in C) for R complex objects passed to C.
I'm a bit confused here. Is "complex" or "Rcomplex" the future reserved
word in C (I thought "complex" already was, but I'm not a C programmer)
and is this because R storage modes should or should not have names
corresponding to C reserved words? I presume this means I should use
storage.mode(z) <- if (is.R()) "Rcomplex" else "complex"
Is that right?
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