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#' * `invoke()` is retired in favour of the simpler `exec()` function
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#'   reexported from rlang. `exec()` evaluates a function call built
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#'   from its inputs and supports tidy dots:
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#'   from its inputs and supports [dynamic dots][rlang::dyn-dots]:
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#'
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#'   ```
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#'   # Before:

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#' `list_modify()` and `list_merge()` recursively combine two lists, matching
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#' elements either by name or position. If a sub-element is present in
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#' both lists `list_modify()` takes the value from `y`, and `list_merge()`
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#' both lists, `list_modify()` takes the value from `y`, and `list_merge()`
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#' concatenates the values together.
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#' `update_list()` handles formulas and quosures that can refer to
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#'   inputs are all named, they are matched to `.x` by name. When they
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#'   are all unnamed, they are matched positionally.
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#'   These dots support [tidy dots][rlang::list2] features. In
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#'   particular, if your functions are stored in a list, you can
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#'   splice that in with `!!!`.
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#'   [Dynamic dots][rlang::dyn-dots] are supported. In particular, if
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#'   your functions are stored in a list, you can splice that in with
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#'   `!!!`.
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#' @export
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#' @examples
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#' x <- list(x = 1:10, y = 4, z = list(a = 1, b = 2))
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#' str(list_merge(x, x = 11, z = list(a = 2:5, c = 3)))
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#' # a list of arguments:
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#' l <- list(new = 1, y = zap(), z = 5)
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#' str(list_modify(x, !!!l))

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#' @param ... Functions to apply in order (from right to left by
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#'   default). Formulas are converted to functions in the usual way.
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#'   splice that in with `!!!`.
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#'   `!!!`.
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#' @param .dir If `"backward"` (the default), the functions are called
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#'   in the reverse order, from right to left, as is conventional in
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#'   mathematics. If `"forward"`, they are called from left to right.

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#'   positions). If the object being indexed is an S4 object,
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#'   accessing it by name will return the corresponding slot.
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#'   `!!!`.
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#' @param .default Value to use if target is empty or absent.
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#' @details
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