Re: [R] function environment

From: Roger D. Peng <rdpeng_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat 03 Jun 2006 - 03:03:12 EST

Try

save(A, B, file = "myfun.r")
attach("myfun.r")

Your functions will be on the search list.

-roger

Matthias Braeunig wrote:
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> Hi,
>
> how can I automatically access the functions that I loaded into a
> separate environment?
>

>> save(A,B,file="myfun.r")
>> load("myfun.r",envir=(ENV<-new.env()))
>> ls(ENV)

> [1] "A" "B"
>
> ?"[" turned up that I can access the functions via
>

>> ENV$A

> function ()
> {
> }
>> ENV$A()

> NULL
>
> Now, how can they be included in the search() path??
> attach() as for data.frames does not work...
>
> Furthermore, if I change a functions environment to ENV, why is it not
> listed with ls(ENV)?? Instead it still lives in .GlobalEnv
>
>> C<-function(){}
>> environment(C)<-ENV
>> ls(ENV)

> [1] "A" "B"
>> C

> function(){}
> <environment: 0x9cbbb58>
>> ENV

> <environment: 0x9cbbb58>
>
> Thanks folks!
> I enjoy reading and learning from r-help list!
>
> M
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