Here we are accessing the memory object details using the R program. For that, we are using built-in functions ls() means list objects for this calculation.
If we call the ls() function without arguments it will return all the user-defined functions and datasets in the directory which is now active. The ls.str is used for a long listing based on the str. In this R program, we directly give the values to variables name, num1, num2, and nums, And print the function result.
Here the variable name is assigned with a string, num1 with an integer value, num2 with a floating value, and nums with vector values. Then we call the function Is() in R for object listing. then we call the ls.str() function for displaying the memory object listings.
STEP 1: Assign variable name,num1,num2, nums with corresponding values
STEP 2: Call the built-in functions ls() for a listing of objects
STEP 3: First print given objects
STEP 4: Call the built-in functions ls.str() for string-based long listing
name = "Python"; num1 = 8; num2 = 1.5 nums = c(10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60) print(ls()) print("Details of the objects in memory:") print(ls.str())
 "num1" "num2" "name" "nums"  "Details of the objects in memory:" num1 : num 8 num2 : num 1.5 name : chr "Python" nums : num [1:6] 10 20 30 40 50 60