Global faux options are used, for example, to set the default separator for cell names.

faux_options(...)

Arguments

...

One of four: (1) nothing, then returns all options as a list; (2) a name of an option element, then returns its value; (3) a name-value pair which sets the corresponding option to the new value (and returns nothing), (4) a list with option-value pairs which sets all the corresponding arguments.

Value

a list of options, values of an option, or nothing

Examples

faux_options() # see all options
#> $connection #> A connection with #> description "stdin" #> class "terminal" #> mode "r" #> text "text" #> opened "opened" #> can read "yes" #> can write "no" #> #> $plot #> [1] TRUE #> #> $sep #> [1] "_" #> #> $verbose #> [1] TRUE #>
faux_options("sep") # see value of faux.sep
#> [1] "_"
if (FALSE) { # changes cell separator (e.g., A1.B2) faux_options(sep = ".") # changes cell separator back to default (e.g., A1_B2) faux_options(sep = "_") }