env.copy: Deep copy and printing of an environment

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also Examples

View source: R/env.copy.R

Description

Deep copy and printing of an environment.

Usage

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env.copy(x,all.names=FALSE)
## S3 method for class 'environment'
print(x,all.names=FALSE,...)

Arguments

x

An environment object.

all.names

An logical value (TRUE or FALSE):

env.copy: copy all the hidden variables or not print.environment: print all the hidden variables or not

...

Anything the user want.

Details

env.copy: deep copy of the environment object. print.environment: print the name, type and length or dimension of each variable inside environment. For printing the hidden objects set second argument to TRUE, by default it is FALSE.

Value

env.copy: A copy of the first argument.

Author(s)

R implementation and documentation: Manos Papadakis <papadakm95@gmail.com>.

See Also

colShuffle, colVars, colmeans, read.directory

Examples

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x <- new.env()
x$imaginary <- NULL
x$real <- NULL

# you can library the package and just press x and R will understand 
# and search automatically for a function to print the environment
x

y <- env.copy(x)

x$real <- 10

x$real == y$real # FALSE

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