Re: [R] Sweave, backslash in sub pattern? was: Backslash in sub pattern?

From: Stephan Kolassa <Stephan.Kolassa_at_gmx.de>
Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2008 20:59:25 +0200

Duncan,

thank you, that works perfectly! And a big thank you also to all others who helped! I'm back to Sweaving!

Best wishes
Stephan

Duncan Murdoch schrieb:
> On 7/14/2008 2:39 PM, Stephan Kolassa wrote:
>> Phil:
>>
>> thanks a lot! However, my original problem[1] remains: in fact, I am
>> trying to \Sexpr the result for Sweave, and for some reason Sweave
>> regurgitates the \Sexpr command unchanged:
>>
>> foo.Rnw contains:
>> \Sexpr{"DV~IV"}
>> \Sexpr{cat("DV~IV")}
>> \Sexpr{sub('~','$\\\\sim$',"DV~IV")}
>> \Sexpr{cat(sub('~','$\\\\sim$',"DV~IV"),"\n")}
>>
>
> The \Sexpr{} form is limited in what it can handle; it's probably
> getting confused by all those escapes. Here's a way to do it that works
> for me:
>
> <<>>=
> Fixtilde <- function(x) sub('~','$\\\\\\\\sim$',x)
> @
>
> Here it is: \Sexpr{Fixtilde("DV~IV")}.
>
>
> I haven't traced through the code to see why I need 8 escapes so that
> one makes it through to the .tex file, but that's what appears to work.
>
> Duncan Murdoch
>



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