Description Usage Arguments Examples

This `seq()`

method generates regular sequences of ymon objects. It functions
the same as the default `seq()`

method, except that fractional sequences
that might be generated by `seq(to =, length.out =)`

are not allowed.

`seq()`

methods require a `from`

argument, and any combination of two of the
other arguments. The only combination not allowed is `length.out`

and
`along.with`

, because they represent the same information.

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`from` |
A ymon. |

`to` |
Optional. A ymon. |

`by` |
Optional. A single integer representing the step size. Must be negative
if |

`length.out` |
Optional. A single integer representing the final output size. If |

`along.with` |
Optional. A vector to take the length of. The length of the vector is used
as the |

`...` |
Not used. |

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