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Change ltxtable=xtable(myNewTable,align=rep("",ncol(myNewTable)+1)) to ltxtable=xtable(myNewTable,align=rep("l",ncol(myNewTable)+1))


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Too long for a comment, but without more information about your document we cannot help. This works fine as pure LaTeX \documentclass[a4paper]{memoir} \usepackage{listings} \renewcommand\ttdefault{txtt} \begin{document} \lstset{ % language = R, numbers=left, numbersep=10pt, tabsize=4, breaklines=true, title=\lstname } \lstinputlisting{MonteCarlo.R} ...


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The sequence $\gets$ would do the trick.



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