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Convert an R Object to a Character String

This is a helper function for format to produce a single character string describing an R object.

Keywords
utilities
Usage
toString(x, ...)
"toString"(x, width = NULL, ...)
Arguments
x
The object to be converted.
width
Suggestion for the maximum field width. Values of NULL or 0 indicate no maximum. The minimum value accepted is 6 and smaller values are taken as 6.
...
Optional arguments passed to or from methods.
Details

This is a generic function for which methods can be written: only the default method is described here. Most methods should honor the width argument to specify the maximum display width (as measured by nchar(type = "width") of the result.

The default method first converts x to character and then concatenates the elements separated by ", ". If width is supplied and is not NULL, the default method returns the first width - 4 characters of the result with .... appended, if the full result would use more than width characters.

Value

A character vector of length 1 is returned.

See Also

format

Aliases
  • toString
  • toString.default
Examples
library(base) x <- c("a", "b", "aaaaaaaaaaa") toString(x) toString(x, width = 8)
Documentation reproduced from package base, version 3.1.3, License: Part of R 3.1.3

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