```
## ---------------------------------------------------------------------
## A. ELEMENT-WISE (AKA "PARALLEL") COMPARISON OF 2 Ranges OBJECTS
## ---------------------------------------------------------------------
x0 <- IRanges(1:11, width=4)
x0
y0 <- IRanges(6, 9)
pcompare(x0, y0)
pcompare(IRanges(4:6, width=6), y0)
pcompare(IRanges(6:8, width=2), y0)
pcompare(x0, y0) < 0 # equivalent to 'x0 < y0'
pcompare(x0, y0) == 0 # equivalent to 'x0 == y0'
pcompare(x0, y0) > 0 # equivalent to 'x0 > y0'
rangeComparisonCodeToLetter(-10:10)
rangeComparisonCodeToLetter(pcompare(x0, y0))
## Handling of zero-width ranges (a.k.a. empty ranges):
x1 <- IRanges(11:17, width=0)
x1
pcompare(x1, x1[4])
pcompare(x1, IRanges(12, 15))
## Note that x1[2] and x1[6] are empty ranges on the edge of non-empty
## range IRanges(12, 15). Even though -1 and 3 could also be considered
## valid codes for describing these configurations, pcompare()
## considers x1[2] and x1[6] to be *adjacent* to IRanges(12, 15), and
## thus returns codes -5 and 5:
pcompare(x1[2], IRanges(12, 15)) # -5
pcompare(x1[6], IRanges(12, 15)) # 5
x2 <- IRanges(start=c(20L, 8L, 20L, 22L, 25L, 20L, 22L, 22L),
width=c( 4L, 0L, 11L, 5L, 0L, 9L, 5L, 0L))
x2
which(width(x2) == 0) # 3 empty ranges
x2[2] == x2[2] # TRUE
x2[2] == x2[5] # FALSE
x2 == x2[4]
x2 >= x2[3]
## ---------------------------------------------------------------------
## B. match(), selfmatch(), %in%, duplicated(), unique()
## ---------------------------------------------------------------------
table <- x2[c(2:4, 7:8)]
match(x2, table)
x2 %in% table
duplicated(x2)
unique(x2)
## ---------------------------------------------------------------------
## C. findMatches(), countMatches()
## ---------------------------------------------------------------------
findMatches(x2, table)
countMatches(x2, table)
x2_levels <- unique(x2)
countMatches(x2_levels, x2)
## ---------------------------------------------------------------------
## D. order() AND RELATED METHODS
## ---------------------------------------------------------------------
order(x2)
sort(x2)
rank(x2, ties.method="first")
```

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