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Oct 2018
kiran
@KiranGkiran11_twitter
Oct 09 2018 04:52
The string Milon Milky Stick Carton from table 2 (ss2) where it is available in first table (2nd position)
kiran
@KiranGkiran11_twitter
Oct 09 2018 05:29
@erictleung
Eric Leung
@erictleung
Oct 09 2018 06:43
@KiranGkiran11_twitter you could take a look at the set operations in dplyr to check if things are the same. Specifically, maybe intersect() may work https://dplyr.tidyverse.org/reference/setops.html
kiran
@KiranGkiran11_twitter
Oct 09 2018 13:42
thanks ,does intersect() operation work if row size different @erictleung
Eric Leung
@erictleung
Oct 09 2018 15:15
@KiranGkiran11_twitter it should. After joining the two tables, you can then check the number of rows and see if it matches what you have. This method however assumes your strings are formatted exactly the same in both tables. If they aren't, then you'll have to first make all the strings consistent to some normalized form.
kiran
@KiranGkiran11_twitter
Oct 09 2018 16:05
I have doubt if the string separated by comma's ,is it work well? @erictleung
sourav006
@sourav006
Oct 09 2018 18:04
Hello,I need a help in R,can anyone help?
I have a R program which is showing an error in whi
loop. someone help me out
while* loop