R Programming: regexpr error

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Here's my code:

> x <- c("ABCDE CDEFG FGHIJ")
> x
[1] "ABCDE CDEFG FGHIJ"
> regexpr("D", x)
[1] 4
attr(,"match.length")
[1] 1

The problem is regexpr only gives back the first occurrence of D, how do I get it to return all occurrences of D?

Feb 21 in Data Analytics by Sophie may
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The below code will help:

gregexpr("D", x)
# [[1]]
# [1] 4 8
# attr(,"match.length")
# [1] 1 1
# attr(,"useBytes")
# [1] TRUE

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answered Feb 21 by Tyrion anex
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