[R] error message documentation: "Error: no function to return from, jumping to top level"
murdoch at stats.uwo.ca
Thu Oct 2 15:09:06 CEST 2008
tolga.i.uzuner at jpmorgan.com wrote:
> Dear R Users,
> Are error messages in R documented somewhere ? I am getting the following
> error message and would like to track down what it means and which
> specific routine triggers it:
> Error: no function to return from, jumping to top level
> Once I figure out which snippet of code triggers it, I can submit to the
> list a working example in case I cannot get to the bottom of the problem
There is no listing of error messages other than the source to R. But
you can often find where the error happened by using traceback().
Search Google for "debugging R" for more hints.
> Thanks in advance,
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