Re: [R] generically setting attributes of a function

From: Gabor Grothendieck <ggrothendieck_at_myway.com>
Date: Wed 09 Mar 2005 - 10:45:39 EST

shang stud <facS93 <at> mors.hampshire.edu> writes:

:
: Hello all:
:
: I wonder if there is a generic way to assign the name of a function as an
: attribute of the function. For example,
:
: w = function(x) x^2;
: attr(w, "name") = "w";
:
: This assigns the name attribute of function w to be "w".
:
: Would it be possible to put the second line of the code inside the
: function definition? I would like to avoid typing specifically the
: name, "w", when assigning the attribute.
:

structure(function(x) x^2, name = "w")



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