R Programming: Running multiple sub-strings

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I've created a document that I want to sub-string, so I tired this:

substr(text, start,start+end)

Here, the 'start' var has a vector of 60 elements. The problem is when I run the above code, it returns only the equivalent of substr(text,1109,1109+199). 

I want it to return all the 60 elements, how can this be done?

You can refer my sample data:

start

[1] 11009 11590 11972 15674 16274 16659 19866 20541 20963 24787 25376
[12] 25746 29458 30011 30363 34086 34702 35087 38643 39095 39416 42626
[23] 43188 43545 46731 47367 47757 51029 51673 52072 55444 56076 56470
[34] 59794 60445 60851 64267 64877 65276 68659 69200 69547 72747 73303
[45] 73657 76896 77648 78103 81541 82050 82391 85277 85848 86227 89128
[56] 89656 90010 92830 93329 93656

end

[1] 199 199 199 201 201 201 218 218 218 186 186 186 177 177 177 192 192
[18] 192 160 160 160 178 178 178 194 194 194 200 200 200 197 197 197 205
[35] 205 205 200 200 200 174 174 174 178 178 178 235 235 235 171 171 171
[52] 190 190 190 179 179 179 169 169 169
Feb 6 in Data Analytics by Tyrion anex
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Instead of using the substr() try with the substring() function :

substring(your_text,first=start,last=(start+end))
answered Feb 6 by Sophie may
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