Re: [R] srt --- slope text with function? (list user defined functions)

From: Pierre Kleiber <pkleiber_at_hawaii.rr.com>
Date: Mon 06 Feb 2006 - 11:35:45 EST

I'll respond to one of your multitude of queries below. Suggest that you confine your postings to a single issue so that the subject heading is more meaningful.

Cheers, Pierre

ivo welch offered the following remark on 02/05/06 11:28... [...]
>
> * is there a way to print all my user defined functions? I have an
> init file, in which I am defining all sorts of useful utility
> functions, and I would like to print what I have defined (for memory)
> upon a read of this init file? that is, something that has
> functionality like
> note.all.local.definitions.now.in.vector( all.local.functions )
> a <- function() { }
> b <- function() { }
> cat( all.local.functions ); # should print 'a' and 'b'.

The following lists the functions defined in a (default current) environment:

"lsf" <- function (pos = 1)
{

   junk <- ls(pos, all.names = TRUE)
   junk[sapply(junk, function(x) is.function(eval(as.symbol(x))))] }

>

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