R/splitargs.R

Defines functions splitargs

# R package 'abrem'
# Abernethy Reliability Methods
# Implementations of lifetime data analysis methods described in
# 'The New Weibull Handbook, Fifth edition' by Dr. Robert B. Abernethy.
# April 2014, Jurgen Symynck
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splitargs <- function(...){
    arg         <- list(...)
    argnames    <- names(arg)
    parplot     <- plot_default_args()
    ret         <- list()
    opanames    <- names(options.abrem())
    ret$opa     <- arg[tolower(argnames) %in% tolower(opanames)]
        # ret$opa can be an emply list, which is compatible with modifyList()
    ret$rem     <- arg[!(tolower(argnames) %in% tolower(opanames))]
    ret
}

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