Create vector with values 1 to 10

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Create vector of numbers from 10 to 20 and 30 to 40

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Create vector of size 10 initialized to zero.

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Create vector of 5, 10, 15 ... 100

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Append value 1 at the end of vector

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Append another vector at the end of vector

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Count zero values from vector

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Subset with non-zero values

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Find common elements from two vectors

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Find index of common elements

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Count number of characters at each position

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Create subset based on length of value at each element

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**v <- seq(1, 10)**Use:

**v <- 1:10**Create vector of numbers from 10 to 20 and 30 to 40

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**v <- c(10:20, 30:40)**Create vector of size 10 initialized to zero.

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**v <- rep(0,10)**Create vector of 5, 10, 15 ... 100

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**v <- seq(5, 50, 5)**Append value 1 at the end of vector

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**v <- append(v, 1)**Append another vector at the end of vector

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**v <- append(v, v)**Count zero values from vector

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**sum(v == 0)**Subset with non-zero values

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**v <- subset(v, v != 0)**Use:

**v <- v[which(v != 0)]**

Find common elements from two vectors

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**v <- intersect(a, b)**Find index of common elements

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**which(a%in%b)**Count number of characters at each position

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**nchar(v)**Create subset based on length of value at each element

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**v <- v[nchar(v) < 5]**
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