From: Anton Crombach (A.B.M.Crombach@exeter.ac.uk)
Date: Sat 31 May 2003 - 00:37:41 EST
S4 methods, I'm using "Programming with data" (~ the green book) as my main
reference for programming. Not everything is the same in R, usually that was
not a problem, but using these groups I got a bit lost. I've been looking in
the R docs of ?setGenerics, ?setGeneric and so on already.
>Do you want to write S3 or S4 methods for these groups? Both systems have
>groups with those names (and they are not the same). In either case, the
>details are in ?.Methods (in current versions of R).
>On Fri, 30 May 2003, Anton Crombach wrote:
>> I'm trying to write a method such that my own classes can be used with the
>> groups like "Summary" and "Math", but when I tried to look for examples or
>> just wanted to get an idea of which functions are the members of a group, I
>> found out that the function "getGroupMembers" is not present... I couldn't
>> find an alternative function, if there is one. Does anyone know a solution?
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