> On Oct 15, 2016, at 3:48 PM, Rolf Turner <r.tur...@auckland.ac.nz> wrote:
> On 16/10/16 11:28, Rich Shepard wrote:
>> On Fri, 14 Oct 2016, Rich Shepard wrote:
>>>> So typing ?xyplot at the console doesn't bring up a help page? That
>>>> imply that you need to reinstall R.
>>> Will rebuild and re-install tomorrow morning.
>> Sigh. User error. I entered the string as a function, e.g., ?xyplot()
>> rather than by its name.
>> When entered correctly the help page appears.
> Just out of interest, I tried typing "?xyplot()" and it worked just as if I'd
> typed "?xyplot" (without the parentheses).
> So I am puzzled as to why this didn't work for you (despite your --- very
> mild! --- user error). Presumably you are running (yeuccch) Windoze, whereas
> I (being a Sensible Person) am running Ubuntu Linux.
> Could this make a difference?
I am not the one to answer the windoze question but my Mac (being less sensible
than Rolf) also pops up a help window when queried with ?xyplot()
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