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RE: st: Crash Command


From   Doug Owens <dho@tamu.edu>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   RE: st: Crash Command
Date   Mon, 26 Apr 2004 18:38:12 -0500

At 06:38 PM 4/26/2004 -0400, you wrote:
Yes, the command is being referenced in another program, and it is not a
variable.  Crash is referenced in a separate line, it simply states the
following:
crash;
and stata outputs unrecognized command.
I have also checked the various paths (which, etc.) and it is not an ado
file anywhere.  Could it be a programmer's bizarre way of stopping the
program from running all the way through?  Thank you.
- Urayoan
If that was the intent then it should, and appears to, work just fine. I don't know why the programmer wouldn't want to use -exit-.





At 06:24 PM 4/23/2004 -0500, Doug Owens wrote:
>It must be defined locally, it is not a built-in stata command.
>If you have access to the originating computer, start stata,
type -adopath-,
>and search all of those directories.
>

If you have a crash.ado in your path, then typing

which crash

will identify where it is.  But perhaps you could be a little more specific
as to where you are seeing this program, e.g. is it being referred to in
another program's code, or are you seeing error messages concerning it?

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