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complete.cases() failed on a 0-column data frame argument. (Underlies PR#14066.)
It could return nonsensical results if no input determined the number of cases (seen in the no-segfault tests).
, l ower.tail = FALSE) with ncp >= 80 was inaccurate for small p (as the help page said): it is now less inaccurate.