# seq2

From rlang v0.1.6
by Lionel Henry

##### Increasing sequence of integers in an interval

These helpers take two endpoints and return the sequence of all
integers within that interval. For `seq2_along()`

, the upper
endpoint is taken from the length of a vector. Unlike
`base::seq()`

, they return an empty vector if the starting point is
a larger integer than the end point.

##### Usage

`seq2(from, to)`seq2_along(from, x)

##### Arguments

- from
The starting point of the sequence.

- to
The end point.

- x
A vector whose length is the end point.

##### Value

An integer vector containing a strictly increasing sequence.

##### Examples

```
# NOT RUN {
seq2(2, 10)
seq2(10, 2)
seq(10, 2)
seq2_along(10, letters)
# }
```

*Documentation reproduced from package rlang, version 0.1.6, License: GPL-3*

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