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combinatIntTable | R Documentation |

Provide all combinations for each of n elements of vector 'nMax' (positive integer, eg number of max multiplicative value). For example, imagine, we have 3 cities and the (maximum) voting participants per city. Results must be read vertically and allow to see all total possible compositons.

combinatIntTable( nMax, include0 = TRUE, asList = FALSE, callFrom = NULL, silent = TRUE )

`nMax` |
(positive integer) could be max number of voting participants form different cities, eg Paris max 2 persons, Lyon max 1 person ... |

`include0` |
(logical) include 0 occurances, ie provide al combinations starting from 0 or from 1 up to nMax |

`asList` |
(logical) return result as list or as array |

`callFrom` |
(character) allow easier tracking of messages produced |

`silent` |
(logical) suppress messages |

list or array (as 2- or 3 dim) with possible number of occurances for each of the 3 elements in nMax. Read results vertical : out[[1]] or out[,,1] .. (multiplicative) table for 1st element of nMax; out[,,2] .. for 2nd

`combn`

combinatIntTable(c(1,1,1,2), include0=TRUE, asList=FALSE, silent=TRUE) ## Imagine we have 3 cities and the (maximum) voting participants per city : nMa <- c(Paris=2, Lyon=1, Strasbourg=1) combinatIntTable(nMa, include0=TRUE, asList=TRUE, silent=TRUE)

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