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st: RE: RE: Difference btw "clear" & "drop _all"
This is a good technique to look at the
code of an .ado. Another is
. findfile clear.ado
. type `r(fn)'
. doedit `r(fn)'
and the same idea can be applied for
any command defined by an .ado. In total
that's usually less typing.
Haas, Roy W
> Clear is implemented as an "ado" file. Type
> 'which clear'
> to find its path, e.g., "C:\Stata8\ado\base\c\clear.ado"
> then type
> 'type path_name'
> and you will see it drops everything, not just variables.
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