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Re: st: changing directories within stata


From   Fred Wolfe <fwolfe@arthritis-research.org>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: changing directories within stata
Date   Mon, 03 Feb 2003 05:50:26 -0600

At 12:35 PM 2/3/2003 +0100, you wrote:
Dear listers, simple but failed to figure it out. Below is a snap shot of my
hard disk. I have no trouble moving down from c to p_1 within stata,
however, what I am failing to do is to move a level or two higher (eg from
p_1 back to projects, without typing the full path of projects)


                 C:\
                 |
                 +----+
                      |
                   stata
                      |
                      +----+-------------+
                           |             |
                         projects       reading
                           |
                           +---+----+
                               |    |
                              p_1  p_2

Any help will be appreciated

You can use a global macro to identify your path. Here are some examples:

global static c:/statdata/static/
global pdox c:/statdata/pdox222f/
global sql c:/statdata/sql222f/
global amgen c:/statdata/amgen/

Fred Wolfe


Ronnie

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