vec_unchop() has been renamed to list_unchop() and is deprecated as of vctrs 0.5.0.

## Usage

vec_unchop(
x,
indices = NULL,
ptype = NULL,
name_spec = NULL,
name_repair = c("minimal", "unique", "check_unique", "universal")
)

## Arguments

x

A vector

indices

For vec_chop(), a list of positive integer vectors to slice x with, or NULL. Can't be used if sizes is already specified. If both indices and sizes are NULL, x is split into its individual elements, equivalent to using an indices of as.list(vec_seq_along(x)).

For list_unchop(), a list of positive integer vectors specifying the locations to place elements of x in. Each element of x is recycled to the size of the corresponding index vector. The size of indices must match the size of x. If NULL, x is combined in the order it is provided in, which is equivalent to using vec_c().

ptype

If NULL, the default, the output type is determined by computing the common type across all elements of x. Alternatively, you can supply ptype to give the output a known type.

name_spec

A name specification for combining inner and outer names. This is relevant for inputs passed with a name, when these inputs are themselves named, like outer = c(inner = 1), or when they have length greater than 1: outer = 1:2. By default, these cases trigger an error. You can resolve the error by providing a specification that describes how to combine the names or the indices of the inner vector with the name of the input. This specification can be:

• A function of two arguments. The outer name is passed as a string to the first argument, and the inner names or positions are passed as second argument.

• An anonymous function as a purrr-style formula.

• A glue specification of the form "{outer}_{inner}".

• An rlang::zap() object, in which case both outer and inner names are ignored and the result is unnamed.

See the name specification topic.

name_repair

How to repair names, see repair options in vec_as_names().

## Value

• vec_chop(): A list where each element has the same type as x. The size of the list is equal to vec_size(indices), vec_size(sizes), or vec_size(x) depending on whether or not indices or sizes is provided.

• list_unchop(): A vector of type vec_ptype_common(!!!x), or ptype, if specified. The size is computed as vec_size_common(!!!indices) unless the indices are NULL, in which case the size is vec_size_common(!!!x).