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# How to find the R version you are using?

Most of the times, we need to use packages in R and some packages are restricted to different versions in R, generally to newer versions. Therefore, we might need to find which version of R we are using. To find the R version, we can directly use the command R.Version().

## Example

R.Version()

## Output

$platform [1] "x86_64−w64−mingw32" $arch [1] "x86_64" $os [1] "mingw32" $system [1] "x86_64, mingw32" $status [1] "" $major [1] "4" $minor [1] "0.2" $year [1] "2020" $month [1] "06" $day [1] "22" $`svn rev` [1] "78730" $language [1] "R" $version.string [1] "R version 4.0.2 (2020−06−22)" $nickname [1] "Taking Off Again"

We can also use the command R.version.string for the same purpose as shown below −

## Example

R.version.string

## Output

[1] "R version 4.0.2 (2020−06−22)"

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