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st: Re: Nifty new command window behavio(u)r
Nick and other Stata users,
You can run selected lines of code directly from your text editor,
without having to copy and paste. This can be done with an AutoIt
script that is described in the text editors FAQ:
The document contains two scripts. The script for running individual
lines from a text editor is called rundolines.au3.
I just noticed that the links to download the scripts don't work.
Here are two other sites with the same document and with the correct
The AutoIt scripts work with Stata 7 and Stata 8 but it should not be
difficult to modify them for use with Stata 9.
--- Nick Winter <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I note that (at least in Windows) the command window now allows you
> to paste multiple lines of commands, all at once. That is, if you
> copy three
> lines of code from a text file (or email or whatever) and then
> paste them
> into the command window, they all appear in the window, and are
> executed in turn when you press Enter.
> Multiple lines can also be entered in the command window, separated
> by Ctrl-Enter, and only executed when Enter is pressed.
> This is very handy when executing a small bit of a .do file that is
> edited in something other than the DoEditor, because several lines
> can be Copied and Pasted all at once.
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