as.control.list: Convert to a control list.

Description Usage Arguments Value Methods (by class) Examples

View source: R/control.utilities.R

Description

Convert to a control list.

Usage

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as.control.list(x, ...)

## S3 method for class 'control.list'
as.control.list(x, ...)

## S3 method for class 'list'
as.control.list(x, FUN = NULL, unflat = TRUE, ...)

Arguments

x

An object, usually a list, to be converted to a control list.

...

Additional arguments to methods.

FUN

Either a control.*() function or its name or suffix (to which "control." will be prepended); defaults to taking the nearest (in the call traceback) function that does not begin with "as.control.list", and prepending "control." to it. (This is typically the function that called as.control.list() in the first place.)

unflat

Logical, indicating whether an attempt should be made to detect whether some of the arguments are appropriate for a lower-level control function and pass them down.

Value

a control.list object.

Methods (by class)

Examples

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myfun <- function(..., control=control.myfun()){
  as.control.list(control)
}
control.myfun <- function(a=1, b=a+1){
  list(a=a,b=b)
}

myfun()
myfun(control = list(a=2))
myfun2 <- function(..., control=control.myfun2()){
  as.control.list(control)
}
control.myfun2 <- function(c=3, d=c+2, myfun=control.myfun()){
  list(c=c,d=d,myfun=myfun)
}

myfun2()
# Argument to control.myfun() (i.e., a) gets passed to it, and a
# warning is issued for unused argument e.
myfun2(control = list(c=3, a=2, e=3))

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