messagewith a consistent use of
This family has a consistent use of
verbose allowing messages to be
turned on or off or verbosity increased or decreased throughout the family of
message to print a clean
square data structure.
allows specific colours to be used.
messageQuestion sets a high level for
verbose so that the message always gets asked.
messageDF( df, round, colour = NULL, colnames = NULL, verbose = getOption("reproducible.verbose"), verboseLevel = 1, appendLF = TRUE ) messageQuestion(..., verboseLevel = 0, appendLF = TRUE) messageColoured( ..., colour = NULL, verbose = getOption("reproducible.verbose", 1), verboseLevel = 1, appendLF = TRUE )
A data.frame, data.table, matrix
An optional numeric to pass to
Any colour that can be understood by
TRUE, then it will print
column names even if there aren't any in the
df (i.e., they will)
NULL will print them if they exist, and
which will omit them.
Numeric, -1 silent (where possible), 0 being very quiet,
1 showing more messaging, 2 being more messaging, etc.
Default is 1. Above 3 will output much more information about the internals of
Caching, which may help diagnose Caching challenges. Can set globally with an
options('reproducible.verbose' = 0) to reduce to minimal
The numeric value for this
message* call, equal or above
verbose must be. The higher this is set, the more unlikely the call
will show a message.
logical: should messages given as a character string have a newline appended?
zero or more objects which can be coerced to character
(and which are pasted together with no separator) or (for
message only) a single condition object.
Used for side effects. This will produce a message of a structured