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R: Building functions – using default settings that can be modified via the dot-dot-dot / three point argument

April 7, 2009
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R: Building functions – using default settings that can be modified via the dot-dot-dot / three point argument

Before you read this post, please have a look at Enrique’s comment below. He pointed out that the built-in R function modifyList() already does what I wanted to describe in this post. Well, I live to learn :) I was wondering how I could write a function that uses default settings but accepts a list

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