How can I figure out if an R program was executed from the command line?

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This is what I want:

if (called_from == 'GUI') {
print('Hello GUI')} else {
print('Hello command line')
}

Please let me know if this is possible

Jun 28 in Data Analytics by Sophie may
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1 answer to this question.

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Try this code:

if (interactive()) {
  print('Hello GUI')
} else {
  print('Hello command line')
}
answered Jun 28 by Zulaikha
• 870 points

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