What is the paradigm of R language?

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I'm new to R and I want to understand the basics behind R programming and the main concepts and the paradigm.
Jan 10, 2019 in Data Analytics by Tyrion anex
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R provides features of object-oriented and functional programming paradigms.

It has:

  • first class functions
  • lazy evaluation 

Under object orientation:

  • it comes with three built in OO paradigms

Apart from that, there are also a number of contributed packages that provide other types of OO: proto, mutatr, R.oo, OOP.

answered Jan 10, 2019 by Sophie may
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