whos: Display contents of an evironment, data.frame or list as a...

Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) See Also Examples

View source: R/whos.R

Description

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Shortcut for calling whos without exclusion.

Usage

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whos(envir = parent.frame(), pattern = ".", all.names,
  exclude = getOpt("exclude"))

whos.all(...)

Arguments

envir

Environment, data frame or list to be displayed. Optional, default: globalenv()

pattern

Regexp filtering of objects. Only objects matching the pattern are displayed. Optional, default: show all objects.

all.names

Whether to show hidden objects.

exclude

A list of objects not to be displayed. To set a default exclusion mask use the whos.set.mask function. If whos.set.mask is called without a list of object names all objects currently in globalenv() are hidden. This is useful for example if you have a lot of stuff in the workspace that you aren't currently interested in but is needed to make your code run.

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Parameters sent to whos.

Value

Nothing

Nothing

Author(s)

Christofer B<c3><a4>cklin

Christofer B<c3><a4>cklin

See Also

whos.options, browse

Examples

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