o_who: Listing Octave Variables

Description Usage Arguments Value Octave Documentation for who See Also Examples

View source: R/eval.R

Description

Lists currently defined variables in Octave global context.

Usage

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o_who(..., options, rm.ans = FALSE, unique = TRUE)

Arguments

...

filtering patterns or extra arguments passed to o_who and o_whos. Only names matching any of the patterns are returned.

options

options passed to Octave function who. See section Octave Documentation.

rm.ans

a logical that indicates if the automatic Octave variable ans should be included in the result (FALSE) or removed (TRUE).

unique

a logical that indicates whether unique names should be returned. This argument is relevant in the case multiple patterns are specified in ....

Value

None

Octave Documentation for who

\Sexpr[results=rd,stage=render]{if( .Platform$OS.type != 'windows' || .Platform$r_arch != 'x64' ) RcppOctave::o_help(who, format='rd')}

[Generated from Octave-\Sexpr{RcppOctave::o_version()} on \Sexpr{Sys.time()}]

See Also

Other listoct: o_ls, o_whos

Examples

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o_who()
l <- as.list(setNames(1:10, letters[1:10]))
o_assign(l)
o_who()


prefnames <- paste('pref', letters[1:10], sep='')
o_assign( setNames(l, prefnames) )
o_who()
o_who('pref*')

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