.R File Extension
- Developer by: The R Project for Statistical Computing
- Category: Developer Files
- Format: Text
What is an .R file?
.R file extension is created by The R Project for Statistical Computing. .R has been classified as Developer Files. The format of .R file is Text.
.R is R Script File
Script written in R, a programming language used for statistical analysis and graphing purposes; contains code that can be executed within the R software environment; may contain commands that create objects (functions, values, etc.) and produce visualizations of the computed data.
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File Type 2 Rez Source Code File
Developer by: Apple Category: Developer Files Format: Text
Text file used by Rez, a resource compiler for Mac OS X applications; contains declarations for application resources, which can be string lists, icons, alerts, or one of many other resource types; used for building the resources into the resource fork of an application file.
R files must must contain both the type declarations and the resource definitions required to compile the resources. Compiled resources can be decompiled back into R files using DeRez.
NOTE: The Rez compiler is included with Apple Xcode development software.
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File Type 3 REBOL Script
Developer by: REBOL Technologies Category: Developer Files Format: Text
Script written in the REBOL programming language; contains code that can be compiled into an executable program; may be a program file or a header file referenced by other REBOL program files.
REBOL stands for "Relative Expression Based Object Language." The language is commonly used for creating Internet scripts and applications.
File Type 4 Ratfor Source Code File
Developer by: Brian Kerhighan Category: Developer Files Format: Text
File used by Ratfor, a preprocessor for the FORTAN programming language; contains regular FORTRAN source code as well as Ratfor statements that can be translated into FORTAN source code before they are compiled by a FORTRAN compiler.
Ratfor source code allows developers to use a wider syntax than the syntax supported by the FORTRAN compiler. For example, Ratfor allows the specification of C-like control flow constructs such as if-else, switch, while, and for.
NOTE: Ratfor is distributed in a source code format.
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File Type 5 Right Audio Channel File
Category: Audio Files
Audio file containing the right channel of an audio track; often exported by audio production programs, such as Digital Performer (Mac) and Cubase (Mac and Windows).
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