Re: [R] A very simple question

From: Patrick Burns <pburns_at_pburns.seanet.com>
Date: Thu, 15 May 2008 09:38:26 +0100

There have been several solutions like:

k[k != 3]

The more general form of this idea is:

k[!(k %in% 3)]

Sticking closer to the original form would be:

out <- which(k == 3)
if(length(out)) k[-out] else k

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Shubha Vishwanath Karanth wrote:
> Hi R,
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> Suppose
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> l=c(1,1,1,2,2,1,1,1)
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> k[-which(k==1)]
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> [1] 2 2
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> k[-which(k==2)]
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> [1] 1 1 1 1 1 1
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> But,
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> k[-which(k==3)]
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> numeric(0)
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> I do not want this numeric(0), instead the whole k itself should be my
> result... How do I do this?
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> Thanks,
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> Shubha
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