Error saying "Error in source("myfirst.R") : myfirst.R:14:2: unexpected '!' 13: 14: ë! ^"

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I'm trying to source my code with the following command in R

source("myfirst.R")

and i ended up with this error

Error in source("myfirst.R") : myfirst.R:14:2: unexpected '!'
13:
14: ë!
     ^
Oct 30, 2018 in Data Analytics by Ali
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This is a very common issue that a lot of people face. The trick is to save your workspace and then try to source the code. It should work fine..
answered Oct 30, 2018 by Maverick
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