R Program to create a two-dimensional 5×3 array of sequence of even integers

How to create a two-dimensional 5×3 array of a sequence of even integers

Here we are explaining how to write an R program to create a two-dimensional 5×3 array of a sequence of even integers greater than 50. Here we are using a built-in function array() for this. This function helps to create the array. The syntax of this function is 

array(data = NA, dim = length(data), dimnames = NULL) 

Where data is a vector giving data to fill the array. The dim is the dim attribute for the array to be created and dimnames are either NULL or the names for the dimensions.

How to create a two-dimensional 5×3 array of a sequence of even integers using the R program

Below are the steps used in the R program to create a two-dimensional 5×3 array of a sequence of even integers. In this R program, we directly give the values to an array. Here we are using variable Arr for holding the list elements. Here we are displaying a 5x3 array of integers greater than 50 in length 15(means number of elements in the array is 15) and the difference between the elements is 2 . Finally, print the array.

ALGORITHM

STEP 1: Assign array elements into the variable Arr

STEP 2: The sequence of elements are created by using seq()

STEP 3:limit the count to 15 as length.out = 15 and the numbers should be even,

difference between the numbers is 2 as by=2

STEP 4: Print the 5x3 array

R Source Code

                                          Arr<- array(seq(from = 50, length.out = 15, by = 2), c(5, 3))
print("Content of the array is:")
print("5 X 3 array of sequence of even integers greater than 50:")
print(Arr)
                                      

OUTPUT

[1] "Content of the array is:"
[1] "5 X 3 array of sequence of even integers greater than 50:"
     [,1] [,2] [,3]
[1,]   50   60   70
[2,]   52   62   72
[3,]   54   64   74
[4,]   56   66   76
[5,]   58   68   78