Re: [R] Autocompletion

From: Mike Nielsen <mr.blacksheep_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu 17 Aug 2006 - 03:26:16 EST

I mostly use R under Linux and Xemacs with the truly wonderful ESS (Emacs Speaks Statistics). It has numerous features, one of which is a pretty comprehensive auto-completion facility.

The few times I have used R under Windows, any auto-completion feature that may be there did not fall readily to hand (translate: I poked a few keys and didn't notice anything auto-completing), and I didn't spend any time looking for one.

As there are several platforms on which R runs, and a number of interactive interfaces, you may need to be a bit more specific in the framing of your question to get a more informative response.

Regards,

Mike

On 8/16/06, Óttar Ísberg <ottaris@gmail.com> wrote:
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> Hi there!
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> I may be guilty of not doing my homework, but still, I've searched. I'm a
> relative newcomer to R (my forte is at present MATLAB, but for various
> reasons I'm trying to get literate in R). My question is: Is there an
> autocompletion feature buried somewhere in R?
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> All the best
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> Óttar
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Regards,

Mike Nielsen

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