Description Usage Arguments Value Source Examples

Lightweight version of `dplyr::coalesce`

, with all the vices and virtues that come from such an
approach.
Very similar logic (and timings to `dplyr::coalesce`

), though no ability to use quosures etc.
One exception is that if `x`

does not contain any missing values, it is returned immediately,
and ignores `...`

. For example, `dplyr::coalesce(1:2, 1:3)`

is an error, but
`hutils::coalesce(1:2, 1:3)`

is not.

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`x` |
A vector |

`...` |
Successive vectors whose values will replace the corresponding values in |

`x`

with missing values replaced by the first non-missing corresponding elements in `...`

.
That is, if `... = A, B, C`

and `x[i]`

is missing, then `x[i]`

is replaced by
`A[i]`

. If `x[i]`

is still missing (i.e. `A[i]`

was itself `NA`

), then it
is replaced by `B[i]`

, `C[i]`

until it is no longer missing or the list has been exhausted.

Original source code but obviously inspired by `dplyr::coalesce`

.

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hutils documentation built on Nov. 1, 2018, 5:05 p.m.

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