Example of using Rcpp StringVector (aka CharacterVector)

Description

The StringVector (aka CharacterVector class represents character vectors.

Details

The C++ code presented in the StringVectorExample.cpp file:

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        #include <Rcpp.h>
        using namespace Rcpp ;
        
        // [[Rcpp::export]]
        List StringVectorExample(const StringVector & orig) {
            StringVector vec(orig.size());	
        
            std::transform(orig.begin(), orig.end(), vec.begin(), 
        		   make_string_transformer(tolower));
        
            return List::create(Named("result")   = vec,
                                Named("original") = orig);
        }

    

Author(s)

Dominick Samperi wrote the initial versions of Rcpp (and RcppTemplate) during 2005 and 2006. Dirk Eddelbuettel made some additions, and became maintainer in 2008. Dirk Eddelbuettel and Romain Francois have been extending Rcpp since 2009.

References

Writing R Extensions, available at https://www.r-project.org.

Examples

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  RcppStringVectorExample(c("Tick", "Tack", "Tock"))