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st: Re: compatibility: stata for Mac and Windows
No problem. If you mean .dta files, .dta files are readable and
writeable by all platforms on which Stata will run. That is how you
can do use http://servername/datafile.dta.
If you mean .smcl logs, they are just text files, as are
ordinary .log files.
Sometimes I have seen .ado files with the infamous DOS CR-LF, which
make them look double spaced in any Unix flavor system if you type
them, but Stata knows what to do with them.
Kit Baum, Boston College Economics
On Aug 28, 2005, at 2:33 AM, statalist-digest wrote:
My question concerns the compatibility between output created with
stata for mac and stata for windows. If working in a team on the same
project are there problems using stata on different operating systems?
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