Re: [Rd] Creating functions programmatically

From: Hadley Wickham <h.wickham_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 03 Oct 2012 09:47:12 -0500

> There is: it is `function`. The parser converts your function definitions
> into a call to it. (It has 3 arguments: the formals, the body, and the
> srcref. The environment is added when it is evaluated.)
>
> So your make_function below is pretty similar (but because `function` is
> primitive, some of the evaluation rules might be different).

Hmm, I thought I had it working, but now I can't figure out the arguments to `function`:

> `function`(NULL,NULL)

function ()
NULL
> `function`(alist(a = 1), NULL)

Error: invalid formal argument list for "function"

I'm obviously missing something dumb.

Thanks!

Hadley

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RStudio / Rice University
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