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st: RE: Stata dictionary file
I am not clear what the question is here.
Sometimes your dictionary files are
valid and sometimes they are invalid.
Only by looking at the dictionary
files themselves can more be said.
The main point is that the dictionary
structure is rather strict and does
not really permit much variation
from the patterns specified.
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> Dear listusers,
> I am using Stata 8. I am trying to to read the raw data files into the
> Stata format. The extration files include the .dct and .do file
> seperately. I have changed all the correspondent file directories. I
> deleted some contents in both the .dct and .do files.
> However, an error messag, e"dictionary invalid", kept
> bothering me. This
> error message occured sometimes, and sometiems not.
> I orginally thought maybe making changes on the .dct file has
> changed the
> file format. But not sure about this. I cannot identify the
> Can anybody give me a clue?
> Thanks a lot,
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