Taking the Pain Out of Catching and Handling Conditions


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Documentation for package ‘catchr’ version 0.2.3

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args_and_kwargs Separate dots into Python-esque '*args' and '**kwargs'
beep The language of catchr
beep_with Play short sounds
catchr-DSL The language of catchr
catchr-plans Making catchr plans
catchr_default_opts Default catchr-specific options
catchr_opts Pass in catchr-specific options
catch_expr Catch conditions
collect Collect conditions, without halting processes
collecting-conditions Collect conditions, without halting processes
default-catchr-options Default catchr-specific options
dispense_collected Return the value after raising all collected conditions
display The language of catchr
display_with Display conditions in output terminal
exit The language of catchr
exit_with Force an exit
extract_display_string Make a string to display from a condition
first_muffle_restart Find the first 'mufflable' restart
get_default_plan Get/set the input for the default catchr plan
give_newline Make a string end with a newline character
has_handler_args Make sure a function can be a handler
is_catchr_plan Check if list is a catchr plan
language-of-catchr The language of catchr
last_stop Special condition names
make_catch_fn Catch conditions
make_plans Making catchr plans
masking The language of catchr
misc Special condition names
muffle The language of catchr
print.catchr_compiled_plans View and print 'compiled' catchr plans
raise The language of catchr
reserved-conditions Special condition names
reserved-terms The language of catchr
restore_catchr_defaults Default catchr-specific options
set_default_plan Get/set the input for the default catchr plan
summary.catchr_compiled_plans View and print 'compiled' catchr plans
toerror The language of catchr
tomessage The language of catchr
towarning The language of catchr
user_display Display conditions in output terminal
user_exit Force an exit