Error with rbind

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Hi, I'm new to R. I am trying to use "rbind" to get the result but I get this error -

"Error in rbind(deparse.level, ...): numbers of columns of arguments do not match.
Oct 7 in Data Analytics by anonymous
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Hey, rbind needs the number of columns of both r objects to be the same.

Retry the code after changing the number of columns to both as same.
answered Oct 13 by anonymous
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