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Re: st: RE: European Characters & Graphs


From   Philippe Glaziou <glaziou@pasteur-kh.org>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: RE: European Characters & Graphs
Date   Fri, 20 Dec 2002 08:36:25 +0700

Nick Cox <n.j.cox@durham.ac.uk> wrote:
> What are most obviously on offer are shown by
> 
> forval i = 192/255 {
> 	di "`i'  " char(`i)
> }
> 
> which doesn't reveal anything on your list.
 
Hi,

Here is my output (stata console), from a linux machine. I do not know
whether ms-windows users on the list will see anything below,
depending on installed fonts and configured charsets. However, all the 
accented or exotic characters are here on my list, and I can print
them and put them in a graph without any trouble. 

The linux community might be less NATO oriented than Bill's team ...


. forval i = 192/255 {
  2.        di "`i'   " char(`i')
  3. }
192   
193   
193   
194   
195   
196   
197   
198   
199   
200   
201   
202   
203   
204   
205   
206   
207   
208   
209   
210   
211   
212   
213   
214   
215   
216   
[...]
248   
249   
250   
251   
252   
253   
254   
255   

-- 
Philippe 
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