Create List with Single Value in R (Example)
This page illustrates how to create a list containing only one value in R programming.
The article will contain one example for the construction of a list containing only one element. More precisely, the article looks as follows:
With that, let’s dive into it!
Example: Construct List with Single Value Using list() Function
The following R programming syntax demonstrates how to create a list with only one single list item.
For this task, we simply have to specify the value that we want to use within the list function.
Have a look at the following R code and its RStudio console output:
my_list <- list(10) # Create list my_list # Print list # [] #  10
We have created a list containing the single value 10.
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