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How to concatenate strings in R?
Concatenation can be done by using paste function in R.
> paste("I", "Love", "R", sep=" ")  "I Love R"
If we want to specify characters between words then it can be done by using collapse argument as follows −
> x <- c("I", "Love", "R") > x  "I" "Love" "R" > paste(x, collapse="-")  "I-Love-R"
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