This function provides an infix operator for the
`paste0`

function to concatenate strings. The operator
will concatenate a vector of one or more values. The functionality
is identical to `paste0()`

, but more convenient to use in some
situations.

`x %p% y`

x | A value for the left side of the paste infix operator. |
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y | A value for the right side of the paste infix operator. |

The concatenated or pasted value. No spaces will be inserted in between the values to paste. If a vector of values is supplied, a vector of pasted values will be returned.

# Paste together two strings str <- "Hello" %p% "World" str # [1] "HelloWorld" # Paste together number and string str <- 100 %p% " Kittens" str # [1] "100 Kittens" # Paste together two vectors v1 <- c("A", "B", "C") v2 <- c(1, 2, 3) str <- v1 %p% v2 str # [1] "A1" "B2" "C3"