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Value of Last Evaluated Expression

The value of the internal evaluation of a top-level R expression is always assigned to .Last.value (in package:base) before further processing (e.g., printing).

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Usage
.Last.value
Details

The value of a top-level assignment is put in .Last.value, unlike S.

Do not assign to .Last.value in the workspace, because this will always mask the object of the same name in package:base.

See Also

eval

Aliases
  • .Last.value
Examples
library(base) ## These will not work correctly from example(), ## but they will in make check or if pasted in, ## as example() does not run them at the top level gamma(1:15) # think of some intensive calculation... fac14 <- .Last.value # keep them library("splines") # returns invisibly .Last.value # shows what library(.) above returned
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