With the try function you can handle errors to continue the execution (by ignoring the error):
try(log("not a number"), silent = TRUE)
print("errors can't stop me")
##  "errors can't stop me"
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With tryCatch you can handle errors as you want:
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Try the following:
read.table("~/SMSSpamCollection", header=TRUE, sep="\t")
Change "~/" to the "ptah/to/your/file/"
Mess around ...READ MORE
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