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No that is not a typo in the title. In my programming a came across a solution that I thought was pretty cool. I have a function that basically takes two objects and passes the elements of the objects to another function as arguments. This is a pretty simple thing to do but can be painful to type everything out

f<-function(obj1,obj2){ g(obj1$a,obj1$b,obj1$c,obj2$x,obj2$y,obj2%z) }

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