[R] aborting the execution of a function...

Jeff Newmiller jdnewm|| @end|ng |rom dcn@d@v|@@c@@u@
Wed Jul 13 21:48:40 CEST 2022

This would be easy for you to test on a small example on your local computer.

But the answer is "no". Nothing is assigned if the function does not return normally... and Ctrl+C is anything but normal.

On July 13, 2022 12:19:58 PM PDT, akshay kulkarni <akshay_e4 using hotmail.com> wrote:
>Dear members,
>                         I am running a large scraping code in a very powerful AWS ec2 instance:
>DATES <- getFirms Dates()
>It iterates over 500 stocks from a website. Despite the power of the machine, the execution is very slow.
>If I abort the function (by ctrl + C), after, say 150th iteration, the DATES object will still contain the scraped data untill the 150th iteration, right? ( The rest of the 350 entries will be NA's, I suppose).
>Many thanks in advance.....
>Yours sincerely,
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Sent from my phone. Please excuse my brevity.

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