In the very first time you open RStudio, you will see a window called Console takes up the left side of your screen. The console begins with information about the current R version that RStudio is using, followed by a cursor where you would type your own commands into the Console.
Getting started with R console
Typing a simple
1+1 equation in the Console then hit Enter, you should see a response with the result like this
 2 you see above is called a vector.
Vectors is the main data structure in R. A vector is basically a list of objects of the same data type.
Operations in R often, if not always return answers in the form of a vector.
 2 means a vector of one numeric data type with a value of 2.
Hello World in R
Now type in the console these characters with the quotation mark:
You should see this response :
 "Hello World".
Like before, this vector has one item, which is a set of characters, or a string.
in R, we can use the letter
c followed by a comma-separated list of objects of the same type to create a vector.
c("Hello", "World") into the Console and you should see a response of a two-element vector like this
One may wonder why R console shows  while the response contains 2-element vector. The answer is R is saving screen space by only showing item numbers of each row of output. This behavior is better demonstrated with a bigger vector.
1:100 into the Console and press Enter, you would see something like this
1:100 in this case means "input all numbers between 1 and 100". The colon (
:) is simply a shorthand for defining a range.
This time, the response shows that each row includes the item position of the data value in the first column of every row.