How to Apply the license() Function in R (Example Code)

In this R tutorial you’ll learn how to print the license terms under which R is distributed.

Example: Printing the License Terms Under which R is Distributed Using the license() Function

license()                     # Executing the license command in R
# This software is distributed under the terms of the GNU General
# Public License, either Version 2, June 1991 or Version 3, June 2007.
# The terms of version 2 of the license are in a file called COPYING
# which you should have received with
# this software and which can be displayed by RShowDoc("COPYING").
# Version 3 of the license can be displayed by RShowDoc("GPL-3").
# 
# Copies of both versions 2 and 3 of the license can be found
# at https://www.R-project.org/Licenses/.
# 
# A small number of files (the API header files listed in
# R_DOC_DIR/COPYRIGHTS) are distributed under the
# LESSER GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE, version 2.1 or later.
# This can be displayed by RShowDoc("LGPL-2.1"),
# or obtained at the URI given.
# Version 3 of the license can be displayed by RShowDoc("LGPL-3").
# 
# 'Share and Enjoy.'

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