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# Short answer: # Vectors (aka Atomic vectors) and lists are both one-dimensional objects # but vectors can only contain one type of data, whereas lists can # contain mixed type data. # Note, if you combine mixed types in a vector, they will be coerced to # the most flexible type of the types you used. In order of increasing # flexibility, the types are: logical -> integer -> double -> character # Note, to determine whether you're dealing with a vector or a list use # typeof(vector_or_list) -- typeof(a_list) will return "list"
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