Posts Tagged ‘ ascii ’

A clock utility, via console hackery

May 11, 2011
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A clock utility, via console hackery

A discussion on StackOverflow today shows an interesting use of special characters inside the cat function. The most common special characters that you may have come across are the tab and newline characters, represented by \t and \n respectively. Try them for yourself. cat("Red\tlorry\nYellow\tlorry\n") cat also respects the backspace character, \b, and the carriage return

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WordPress Blogging with R in 3 Steps

September 29, 2009
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WordPress Blogging with R in 3 Steps

A few people have emailed me and enquired about the use of tools mentioned at the end of this post to make blogposts with embedded R-commands. Below is a small step-by-step walkthrough of how to accomplish this. Write your blog post in a simple text file, you can include formatting using asciidoc syntax. Let’s

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WordPress Blogging with R in 3 Steps

September 29, 2009
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WordPress Blogging with R in 3 Steps

A few people have emailed me and enquired about the use of tools mentioned at the end of this post to make blogposts with embedded R-commands. Below is a small step-by-step walkthrough of how to accomplish this. Write your blog post in a simple tex...

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