A package designed to help people with clumsy fingers.

## Installation of fcuk

### From CRAN


install.packages("fcuk")

### From github

if (!require(devtools)){install.packages("devtools")}
devtools::install_github("ThinkR-open/fcuk")

## Launch and use

After launching this package, every error will be analysed. Each time a typo occurs, a correction suggestion will be made under the default error message.

library(fcuk)

# Examples
sl()
> Error in sl() : impossible de trouver la fonction "sl"
Did you mean : ls or nls ?

iri
> Erreur : objet 'iri' introuvable
Did you mean : IQR or iris ?

view
> Erreur : objet 'view' introuvable
Did you mean : View or deriv ?

mea
> Erreur : objet 'mea' introuvable
Did you mean : mean or frame ?


You can accept fcuk correction proposal by using this notation : .+1 This allows you to rerun the last line by accepting the first correction proposal. In fact .+n will rerun the nth correction proposal.

library(fcuk)

# Examples
sl()
> Error in sl() : impossible de trouver la fonction "sl"
Did you mean : ls or nls ?
> .+1
> ls()


## Stop fcuk

You can stop fcuk at anytime by calling the remove_error_tracker function. Start the error tracker again with init_error_tracker.

## Recurrent use of fcuk

You can launch fcuk with your R session.

.First <- function(){
cat("\n Bonjour !  - ", date(), "\n")
library(fcuk)
}

It will be more efficient to add this library to your Rprofile. You can use fcuk::add_fcuk_to_rprofile() to do so. Then, any time you launch your R project, fcuk will be launched at the same time.

You can also add fcuk inside your Rprofile.site file. Then you’ll have this functionality inside all your Rstudio projects.

## fcuk functions

You’ll typically never need to use the functions contained in fcuk. You just need to launch this library, and fcuk will do its job in the background.

## Feedbacks and questions

Feel free to report any issue you may have with this package.

See full documentation realised using {pkgdown} at https://thinkr-open.github.io/fcuk/