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An expose object

expose() returns a sentinel object, similar in spirit to NULL, that tells the calling function to return its internal data structure. googledrive stores alot of information about the Drive API, MIME types, etc., internally and then exploits it in helper functions, like drive_mime_type(), drive_fields(), drive_endpoints(), etc. We use these objects to provide nice defaults, check input validity, or lookup something cryptic, like MIME type, based on something friendlier, like a file extension. Pass expose() to such a function if you want to inspect its internal object, in its full glory. This is inspired by the waiver() object in ggplot2.

Keywords
internal
Usage
expose()
Aliases
  • expose
Examples
# NOT RUN {
drive_mime_type(expose())
drive_fields(expose())
# }
Documentation reproduced from package googledrive, version 1.0.0, License: MIT + file LICENSE

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