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I can't get the two elements of the vector using:

<<>>=
z=c(1,2)
@

\Sexpr{z}

I have googled a lot but don't understand why I get just the first element.

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This is the documented behavior. From Sweave manual (the emphasis is mine):

There is limited support for using the values of R objects in text chunks. Any occurrence of \Sexpr{expr } is replaced by the string resulting from coercing the value of the expression expr to a character vector; only the first element of this vector is used. E.g., 3 will be replaced by the string '3' (without any quotes).

Use [\Sexpr{paste(z, collapse=", ")}]. paste will collapse your vector into a char string, which is output by \Sexpr, so the result is [1, 2]

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