[R] rm(l*)

From: Oehler, Friderike (AGPP) <Friderike.Oehler_at_fao.org>
Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2008 10:45:13 +0200


Dear Rusers,

how can I designate various objects the names of which start (or end) with the same letter to remove them all together?

For instance:
> ls()

"a","b","c","l1","l2","x"
> rm(list=ls("l*"))
> ls()

"a","b","c",""x"

Is there some parallel to the MySQL query: where col1 like "l%"

Thanks a lot in advance,
Friderike

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