[S] Re: Factorials in S-PLUS: over-under

Yen-Hong Kuo (yhkuo@monmouth.com)
Mon, 23 Mar 1998 18:45:55 -0500


use gamma(n+1) for n! (n factorial)

For example: 4!=24
> n_4
> gamma(n+1) # = n! = 4!
[1] 24

Yen-Hong Kuo
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Steve Bousquin wrote:
>
> I can't seem to find an operator in the manuals for calculating
> factorials. I mean !, not experiments. Also, is there a way to work
> with the over-under type of notation?
>
> Steve Bousquin
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