Here we are explaining how to write an R program to add 5 to each element of the first vector in a given list. Here we are using a built-in function list() for this. This function helps to create a list. The syntax of this function is
Where ....(dots)are the objects, possibly named.
Below are the steps used in the R program to add 5 to each element of the first vector in a given list. In this R program, we directly give the values to a built-in function list(). Here we are using variables L1 for holding the list elements g1,g2,g3. Call the function list() with different types of elements. Add the value 5 to vector g1 as like L1$g1 =L1$g1 + 5. Finally, print the vector value.
STEP 1: Assign variables L1 with a list
STEP 2: Create L1 with 3 sets of elements g1,g2,g3
STEP 3: Print the original lists
STEP 4: Add 5 to each element of the first vector as L1$g1 =L1$g1 + 5
STEP 5: Print the final vector value
L1 = list(g1 = 1:5, g2 = "C Programming", g3 = "JAVA") print("Original list:") print(L1) print("New list:") L1$g1 = L1$g1 + 5 print(L1$g1)
 "Original list:" $g1  1 2 3 4 5 $g2  "C Programming" $g3  "JAVA"  "New list:"  6 7 8 9 10