Discussion 04 - LoopsConditionalsEtc

Discussion 04 - LoopsConditionalsEtc - Masanao Yajima You...

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Unformatted text preview: Masanao Yajima You can specify conditional statement as • if( condition ){ } • if( condition ){ } else{ } • if( condition ){ } else if( condition ){} else{} Condition must be a statement that returns a TRUE or FALSE ==: elements on left and right are “same” !=: elements on the left and right are different >, < , <=, >=: greater, less than, etc.. When you have more than one element you are comparing you will get TRUE or FALSE for each of the element. > A <- 1:4 > A == 1 [1] TRUE FALSE FALSE FALSE > A < 3 [1] TRUE TRUE FALSE FALSE In such case when you want to use the if statement, there are useful functions • any(): returns TRUE if any element in the vector is TRUE. • all(): returns TRUE only when all the element is TRUE. > A <- 1:4 > any(A == 1) [1] TRUE > all(A < 3) [1] FALSE There are few ways to write loops. But basically they are all the same so pick one favorite and stick to it as a beginner....
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This note was uploaded on 01/14/2011 for the course STATS 102A 102A taught by Professor Jandeleeuw during the Fall '10 term at UCLA.

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