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Get or set a URL's fragment

as in the lubridate package, individual components of a URL can be both extracted or set using the relevant function call - see the examples.

Usage
fragment(x)

fragment(x) <- value

Arguments
x

a URL, or vector of URLs

value

a replacement value (or vector of replacement values) for x's fragment. If NULL, the fragment will be removed entirely.

See Also

scheme, domain, port, path and parameters for other accessors.

Aliases
  • fragment
  • fragment<-
Examples
# NOT RUN {
#Get a component
example_url <- "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aaron_Halfaker?debug=true#test"
fragment(example_url)

#Set a component
fragment(example_url) <- "production"

#Remove a component
fragment(example_url) <- NULL
# }
Documentation reproduced from package urltools, version 1.7.3, License: MIT + file LICENSE

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