From: Gabor Grothendieck <ggrothendieck_at_myway.com>

Date: Tue 13 Jul 2004 - 23:05:20 EST

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Date: Tue 13 Jul 2004 - 23:05:20 EST

Try subscripting, e.g.

# L holds numbers; its names hold lookup keys
L <- 1:26; names(L) <- letters

L[c("d","f")] # look up numbers of d and f

or merge, e.g.

merge(c("d","f"), L, by.x = 1, by.y = 0)

Anne <anne.piotet <at> urbanet.ch> writes:

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: Hello R helpers!

*: I looked but did not find a table-lookup R-utility. I could use a loop to
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do the job (old FORTRAN/C habits die

: hard) but if I have a big table in which I have to search for the values

corresponding to a vector, I end up

: logically with a double loop.

*: Is there already such a utility? Otherwise, is there a way without loops?
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**: Thanks as always
**: Anne
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