Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also

Stores the numerator, denominator, and value of a ratio as a single object.

1 |

`ratio,numerator,denominator` |
Three objects belonging to the same class. |

`check` |
Logical. Whether to check that
the objects are |

The class `"rat"`

is a simple mechanism for keeping track of
the numerator and denominator when calculating a ratio. Its main
purpose is simply to signal that the object is a ratio.

The function `rat`

creates an object of class `"rat"`

given the numerator, the denominator and the ratio.
No calculation is performed;
the three objects are simply stored together.

The arguments `ratio`

, `numerator`

, `denominator`

can be objects of any kind. They should belong to the same class.
It is assumed that the relationship

*
ratio = numerator/denominator
*

holds in some version of arithmetic. However, no calculation is performed.

By default the algorithm checks
whether the three arguments `ratio`

, `numerator`

,
`denominator`

are compatible objects, according to
`compatible`

.

The result is equivalent to `ratio`

except for the
addition of extra information.

An object equivalent to the object `ratio`

except that it also belongs to the class `"rat"`

and has additional attributes `numerator`

and `denominator`

.

and \rolf.

spatstat documentation built on Oct. 9, 2017, 1:05 a.m.

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