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R console: single line instructions vs multiple lines instructions
by Gold in Web Design

I noticed that, in some cases (I am still a beginner at R!), multi lines instructions cannot be merged 'as is' into simple lines instructions. Let's take an example, which is in a lesson I recently had on line:


> make.power <- function(n) {
+ pow <- function(x) {
+ x^n
+ }
+ pow
+ }

Is the defi


Instructions on How to DJ Mix
by Greenman in Arts & Entertainment
The ideal DJ mix will take several songs and seamlessly integrate them to become one continuous mix. A good DJ sets the mood and keeps the dance floor crowded. Depending on your equipment, mixing can range from moderately difficult to difficult. DJ mixing began with vinyl turntables, and vinyl is still the most difficult to mix with. Digital players and CD turntables make the task easier, but th
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IRS: EIN Instructions
by Franklin Henderson in Business
EIN stands for Employer Identification Number. An EIN is a nine-digit federal tax identification number that identifies a business the way a Social Security number (SSN) identifies individuals. A business owner must obtain an EIN if the company has employees or must file employment, excise, or Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms tax returns. You also need an EIN if you have a Keogh plan or operate a cor
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D&D Instructions
by Shrek Qian in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Dungeons & Dragons by Wizards of the Coast is a table top role-playing game (RPG) set in a fantasy world where players take on the persona of individual characters. Although a strict set of rules exist, Dungeons & Dragons is an open-ended game where the decisions and actions of the players determine events. The RPG has seen many rule changes and amendments; since September 2010 the fourth edition
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MRE Instructions
by ERaubenheimer in Food & Drink
Meals Ready to Eat (MRE), are self-contained meal rations with a long shelf life and durable packaging. MRE are used most often by the military but outdoor enthusiasts and those in areas struck by a disaster may also benefit from the meals. The meals are nutritiously balanced and might include an entree, snack, side dish, dessert and beverage. MRE can be eaten without cooking but flameless heat po
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UNO H2O Instructions
by jeffrey in Hobbies, Games & Toys
UNO H20 is the classic game of UNO made with waterproof cards to allow play in wet or damp places, such as the beach or in a swimming pool. The rules are nearly the same as previous versions of the game, however, two new cards are included: Wild Downpour 1 and Wild Downpour 2. The object of the game is to be the first to get rid of all cards in your hand and score 500 points.Difficulty:EasyInstruc
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Egg Art Instructions
by Hugo Hernan Buitrago Rios in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Eggs provide a unique canvas for artists of all ages. Methods for dying and carving eggs come from all over the world and are rooted in traditions hundreds of years old. The biodegradable and fragile nature of these art installments limits their shelf life, so savor the creative process of making your own designs. Don't forget to take plenty of pictures for posterity.Difficulty:ModerateInstruction
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MC-22 Instructions
by Tom D in Computers
The Sharp Actius MC22 is a slim-design notebook that weighs around 5 pounds and has a 12.1-inch screen. This Sharp notebook has a 1.67-GHz Mobile Athlon XP-M processor and 256 MB of RAM built in. There are four USB ports available on the side panel as well as a DVD-ROM/CD-RW combination drive. The notebook also comes with a built-in 802.11g wireless card. All Sharp Actius notebooks include the Sha
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Tap & Die Instructions
by lxskllr in Home & Garden
Whereas a tap is a device used to create a female interior thread inside a previously drilled hole, a die creates a male thread around the outside of a pipe. Taps are thin and cylindrical, with a handle attached at one end and threads surrounding the shank on the other end. Dies are made from circular cross-sectional pieces of steel, with threads surrounding the walls of its hollow center. An arm
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EAC Instructions
by Dennis Caldwell in Computers
Exact Audio Copy (EAC) is an open-source audio program you can use to rip CDs. It is valued for its precision, allowing you to make a bit-perfect "lossless" copy of an album. You sacrifice speed for accuracy though, so be prepared to spend 15 minutes ripping the disc to get that perfect copy. It can also rip "lossy" MP3 files, which will not be exact copies, but will take up much less space on you
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