scriptTests/FunctionAnnotation/FunctionAnnotation.R

# It assumes the caller has already found the function text.  When integrated into RDataTracker, it is much more likely that we would have the parsed function.
# It does not add the ddg.return.value calls yet.
#
# edit December 11 2017: commented out nested function test


# Function with no parameters and no return value
f1 <- function () { 
  a <-1
  b <- 2 
}

# Single parameter and return value.
# Function has a single statement.
f2 <- function (x) {
  return (x + 1)
}

# Two return calls in different branches of an if
f3 <- function (x) {
  if (x > 0) return (x + 1)
  else return (x - 1)
}

# Function appears on a single line
f4 <- function () return (1)

# Return value combines arguments
f5 <- function (x, y) {
  return (x + y)
}

# Use of "return" as part of a variable name
f6 <- function () {
  returned <- TRUE
}

# Use of "return" to not mean the return function
f7 <- function () {
  x <- "return"
}

# More playing with "return"
f8 <- function () {
  returned <- TRUE
  return (returned)
}

# Nested return call.  Kind of silly...  Less important if this works
# since it is bad R!
f9 <- function(x) {  
  return(2*return(x^2)) 
}

# Returns null if the condition is false
f10 <- function(x) {
  if (x > 0) return (x + 1)
}

# A function that is not assigned to a variable
x <- 2:6
lapply (x, function(num) {return(num+1)})

f1_val <- f1()
stopifnot(f1_val == 2)

f2_val <- f2(3); stopifnot(f2_val == 4)
f3_val_pos <- f3(3); stopifnot (f3_val_pos == 4)
f3_val_neg <- f3(-3); stopifnot (f3_val_neg == -4)
f4_val <- f4(); stopifnot(f4_val == 1)
f5_val <- f5(1, 2); stopifnot(f5_val == 3)
f6_val <- f6(); stopifnot(f6_val == TRUE)
f7_val <- f7(); stopifnot(f7_val == "return")
f8_val <- f8(); stopifnot(f8_val == TRUE)
# print ("f9 produces an error of mismatched start-finish nodes.")
# print ("This is due to a bug in the function annotation code.")
# print ("The inner return call should have a call to ddg.return.value.")
f9_val <- f9(3); stopifnot(f9_val == 9)
f10_val_pos <- f10(1); stopifnot(f10_val_pos == 2)
f10_val_neg <- f10(-1); stopifnot(is.null(f10_val_neg))

# Nested function
#outer <- function() {
#  inner <- function() {
#    a <- 1
#  }
#  
#  b <- 2
#  inner()
#}
#
#outer()

# Defining a special operator
`%test%` = function (a, b) a * b
2 %test% 4

# Testing functions that have an implicit return from
# within an if
f11 <- function(x) {
  if (x > 0) x + 1
  else x - 1
}

xx <- f11(1)
xx <- f11(-1)
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