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On Sun, Dec 11, 2011 at 5:03 PM, Prof Brian Ripley wrote:
On Sun, 11 Dec 2011, David Winsemius wrote:


On Dec 10, 2011, at 10:01 PM, Xiaobo Gu wrote:

without following the posting guide in several respects and hence leaving us
guessing ....

Hi,

I saved the following as a UTF-8 encoded file named amberutil.r

BTW, it is hard to know how you know that ASCII is encoded as UTF-8, and on
Windows (which from the file path it appears to be) it would not have worked
had it been UTF-8 encoded. ?Let's hope this did not mean what Windows calls
'Unicode', that is UTF-16LE.
I use RStudio to edit the source file, there is as save as encoding
option, and I chose UTF-8
as.factor.loop <- function(df, cols){

? ? ? ?if (!is.null(df) && !is.null(cols) && length(cols) > 0)
? ? ? ?{
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?for(col in cols)
?{
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?df[[col]] <- as.factor(df[[col]])
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?}
? ? ? ?}
df
}

And got this warning message,
source('D:/ambertuil.r')
Warning message:
In readLines(file) : incomplete final line found on 'D:/ambertuil.r'

Can you help with this?

Help with what? You got a warning. And it had information that should tell
you how to edit the file if the warning bothers you.
Can you help finding the reason about this warning.

Also, we were not told the version of R. ?Updating (as requested by the
posting guide prior to posting) would most likely remove the harmless
warning (AFAIK it occurs only in 2.14.0 and not in R-patched) if this were
an ASCII file.
I am using R 2.14.0 64 bit on Windows.
--
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