## Usage

qcv(..., terms = NULL, space.wrap = FALSE, trailing = FALSE, leading = FALSE, split = " ", rm.blank = TRUE)

## Arguments

- terms
- An optional argument to present the terms as one long character
string. This is useful if the split (separator) is not a comma (e.g., spaces
are the term separators).
- space.wrap
- logical. If
`TRUE`

wraps the vector of terms with a
leading/trailing space.
- trailing
- logical. If
`TRUE`

wraps the vector of terms with a
trailing space.
- leading
- logical. If
`TRUE`

wraps the vector of terms with a
leading space.
- split
- Character vector of length one to use for splitting (i.e., the
separator used in the vector). For use with the argument
`terms`

.
- rm.blank
- logical. If
`TRUE`

removes all blank spaces from the
vector.
- ...
- Character objects. Either ... or
`terms`

argument must
be utilized.

## Quick Character Vector

## Value

Returns a character vector.

## Description

Create a character vector without the use of quotation marks.

## Examples

## <strong>Not run</strong>:
# qcv(I, like, dogs)
# qcv(terms = "I, like, dogs") #default separator is " "
# qcv(terms = "I, like, dogs", split = ",")
# qcv(terms = "I like dogs")
# qcv(I, like, dogs, space.wrap = TRUE)
# qcv(I, like, dogs, trailing = TRUE)
# qcv(I, like, dogs, leading = TRUE)
# exclude(Top25Words, qcv(the, of, and))
# qcv(terms = "mpg cyl disp hp drat wt qsec vs am gear carb")
# ## <strong>End(Not run)</strong>