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st: Syntax colouring (was Multiple Condition Statement)
on 12/08/2004 06:15, Philip Ryan at email@example.com wrote:
> Be certain you are using the LEFT single quote as the leading character
> delimiting the local macro name. That is to say:
> ... date`i' should work. Fonts don't always translate well on plain text
> email, so let me spell it out, as it were:
This is where a text editor that understands Stata syntax is invaluable.
Correctly quoted text will be coloured, but not incorrectly quoted text.
I do think that syntax colouring should be high on the list of improvements
to be considered for Stata 9.
BTW - found my copy of Stata 3 yesterday! It installed from 2 floppies...
Ronan M Conroy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Lecturer in Biostatistics
Royal College of Surgeons
Dublin 2, Ireland
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