R/ichunk.R

Defines functions ichunk

Documented in ichunk

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# Copyright (c) 2009-2013, Stephen B. Weston
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ichunk <- function(iterable, chunkSize, mode='list') {
  force(iterable)
  force(chunkSize)
  it <- iter(iterable)

  legal.modes <- c('list', 'logical', 'integer', 'numeric', 'double',
                   'complex', 'character', 'raw')
  if (! mode %in% legal.modes)
    stop(sprintf("cannot make a vector of mode '%s'", mode))

  nextEl.list <- function() {
    r <- vector('list', chunkSize)
    i <- 0L

    tryCatch({
      while (i < chunkSize) {
        r[i + 1L] <- list(nextElem(it))
        i <- i + 1L
      }
    },
    error=function(e) {
      if (!identical(conditionMessage(e), 'StopIteration') || i == 0L)
        stop(e)
      length(r) <<- i
    })

    r
  }

  nextEl.vector <- function() {
    r <- vector(mode, chunkSize)
    i <- 0L

    tryCatch({
      while (i < chunkSize) {
        r[i + 1L] <- nextElem(it)
        i <- i + 1L
      }
    },
    error=function(e) {
      if (!identical(conditionMessage(e), 'StopIteration') || i == 0L)
        stop(e)
      length(r) <<- i
    })

    r
  }

  object <- if (mode == 'list')
    list(nextElem=nextEl.list)
  else
    list(nextElem=nextEl.vector)
  class(object) <- c('abstractiter', 'iter')
  object
}

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