Everything in R is an object, there are five basic or “atomic” classes of objects. The most basic object is a vector, it can contain objects of the same class only, the one exception is a list, which is represented as a vector but can contain different classes and indeed that’s usually how lists are used.
From early this year I’ve been playing with an Allwiner SoC, the Cubieboard2 is a System on a Chip with 1GHz dual core CPU, 1GB RAM, 4GB NAND, 1 100MB Ethernet port, MicroSD card slot and a bunch of other niceties, expansion ports and what not. It comes preloaded with Android Jelly Bean, but there are several GNU/Linux flavors available.
I just twitted about “The Day We Fight Back” a movement sponsored for some organizations like the Free Software Foundation, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, among other tech-related bodies and associations. Put aside the time (a decade at least) being known for my support to the free software and also open source software, which prompted me to start typing this post is the kind of job I’m doing nowadays.
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