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I know everything is ok if the element name is not "x", which is the same name of the formal argument...
update_list(list(x = 1), x = 2)
#> Error: is.list(x) is not TRUE
Is it possible to use a list or named character vector instead?
update_list(list(x = 1), list(x = 2))
update_list(list(x = 1), c(x = 2))
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