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Script file bug

zn l
Hi,
  There is a bug in R 3.4.3(kite-eating tree) in mac os x 10.13.3. If a script have a comment in the first line, any output of this script  like plot won’t display in the screen.

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Re: Script file bug

Jeff Newmiller
On Thu, 1 Mar 2018, zn l wrote:

> Hi?
>  There is a bug in R 3.4.3(kite-eating tree) in mac os x 10.13.3. If a
> script have a comment in the first line, any output of this script like
> plot won?t display in the screen.

a) If this is specific to Mac, you will get better quality responses on
r-sig-mac mailing list.

b) I don't see this behavior on R3.4.3 on Windows.

c) Are you perhaps using lattice or ggplot graphs, and are unfamiliar with
R FAQ 7.16 or 7.22?

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Re: Script file bug

Jeff Newmiller
Please always reply-all so the mailing list can record the answer along with your question. I am cc'ing this time.  Thanks for the unusual case.
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Sent from my phone. Please excuse my brevity.

On March 1, 2018 12:46:53 AM PST, zn l <[hidden email]> wrote:

>It is my mistake. I find that I input # character in the Chinese.  The
>R.app won’t display any error messages.
>
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>
>> 在 2018年3月1日,16:04,Jeff Newmiller <[hidden email]> 写道:
>>
>>> On Thu, 1 Mar 2018, zn l wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi?
>>> There is a bug in R 3.4.3(kite-eating tree) in mac os x 10.13.3. If
>a script have a comment in the first line, any output of this script
>like plot won?t display in the screen.
>>
>> a) If this is specific to Mac, you will get better quality responses
>on r-sig-mac mailing list.
>>
>> b) I don't see this behavior on R3.4.3 on Windows.
>>
>> c) Are you perhaps using lattice or ggplot graphs, and are unfamiliar
>with R FAQ 7.16 or 7.22?
>>
>>
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>Live...
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>Go...
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>Playing
>> Research Engineer (Solar/Batteries            O.O#.       #.O#.  with
>> /Software/Embedded Controllers)               .OO#.       .OO#.
>rocks...1k
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