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comment Memory leak when using package XML on Windows
@tonytonov Thanks, man. Sure, I'll keep you updated!
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comment Memory leak when using package XML on Windows
Well, you got a point there ;-) Didn't think that far. But I've contacted Duncan Temple Lang on this already.
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comment Collapsing character vectors with sprintf instead of paste
Okay, thanks for clarifying.
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comment Collapsing character vectors with sprintf instead of paste
Ok, I get your point that it's not a good route to pursue. But technically speaking you can also use sprintf to concatenate, can't you (sprintf("%s some other text %s", "a", "b"))?
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comment File compression for and storing of HTML content
Right! Duh, stupid mistake. Thanks!
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comment Collapsing character vectors with sprintf instead of paste
But this still gives me a vector of length 5. paste(..., collapse="") returns a vector of length 1. That's the crucial part.
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