[R] How to let the program know the end of a file is reached?

Ptit_Bleu ptit_bleu at yahoo.fr
Wed Aug 29 14:27:54 CEST 2007

Hi Yuchen,

I'm not sure my message will help you but who knows (I'm a newbie : I
discovered R one month ago).

To load data file, I use
donnees<-read.table("datafile.dat", quote="\"", sep=";", dec=",", skip=18)
and I don't need to tell when to stop. R knows it.

Good luck,
Ptit Bleu.

Yuchen Luo wrote:
> Dear collegues.
> I am using scan( )  to read from a table (a csv file).
> I am wondering how to let the program know that the end of the file is
> reached?
> Your help will be highly appreciated!
> Best Wishes
> Yuchen Luo
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