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st: Re: replace ... in l
the lowercase letter "l" is understood to be "last" (the last observation)
by the -in- command. -in- also understands "f" as "first".
----- Original Message -----
From: "A Pal" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2004 11:45 AM
Subject: st: replace ... in l
> I found the FAQ on adding extra observations when
> coding an ado-file at
> to be very helpful.
> One thing it mentioned was that to set values in the
> new observation, use "replace ... in l" where "l" is
> the lowercase of letter "L", not the number one).
> This works, but I wondered what does "l" refer to? I
> did not find it on a return list or in other docs.
> (Hard for me to search for an "l").
> Jyan Lee
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