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R is a dynamic, interpreted language that is widely used for statistical computing and data analysis.

It is designed to be flexible, expressive, and extensible.

R is mainly used for data science, machine learning, visualization, and reporting.


It has a large and active community of users and developers who contribute to a vast collection of packages that cover almost any domain or task related to data. You can find packages for data manipulation, modeling, visualization, web scraping, natural language processing, and more.

It has a powerful and interactive environment that allows you to explore and manipulate data with ease. You can use the R console, RStudio, or other IDEs to write and run code, create plots, and view results.

It has a expressive and functional syntax that supports many features such as vectorization, list comprehension, closures, and metaprogramming. It also has a built-in support for creating graphics and reports with tools such as ggplot2, Shiny, and R Markdown.

Here is an example of R

				      myString <- "Hello World"