Code Is Poetry

Life is Binary

Basic in R - Part-1

# Calculate 3 + 4
3 + 4

# Calculate 6 + 12
6 + 12

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# An addition
5 + 5

# A subtraction
5 - 5

# A multiplication
3 * 5

 # A division
(5 + 5) / 2

# Exponentiation
2^5

# Modulo
28 %% 6

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# Assign the value 42 to x
x <- 42

# Print out the value of the variable x
x

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# Assign the value 5 to the variable my_apples
my_apples <- 5

# Print out the value of the variable my_apples
(my_apples)

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# Assign a value to the variables my_apples and my_oranges
my_apples <- 5
my_oranges <- 6

# Add these two variables together
(my_apples+my_oranges)

# Create the variable my_fruit
my_fruit <- my_apples+my_oranges

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# Assign a value to the variable my_apples
my_apples <- 5

# Fix the assignment of my_oranges
my_oranges <- 6

# Create the variable my_fruit and print it out
my_fruit <- my_apples + my_oranges
(my_fruit)

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# Change my_numeric to be 42
my_numeric <- 42

# Change my_character to be "universe"
my_character <- "universe"

# Change my_logical to be FALSE
my_logical <- FALSE

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# Declare variables of different types
my_numeric <- 42
my_character <- "universe"
my_logical <- FALSE

# Check class of my_numeric
class(my_numeric)

# Check class of my_character
class(my_character)

# Check class of my_logical
class(my_logical)

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