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Re: st: RE: uknown error: r(9611)
Thanks for the reply, but no go. I have a carriage return (I checked again
to make sure) at the end of the ado file.
Anything else to look for?
> It usually means that there is no carriage return on the last line of the
> ado file.
> Edward F. Blackburne writes:
>> I have been working on a file and this morning received an
>> error that I do not understand and Stata help has no information.
>> after a program drop _all
>> I called my program. Here is the results screen:
>> xtpmg d.c d.pi d.y, lr(l.c pi y)
>> (error occurred while loading xtpmg.ado)
>> Does anybody know what this means?
>> I will note that I believe I have an unmatched brace in my
>> code which I am currently tracking down, but...
>> FYI I am running Stata/SE 9.1 for Windows
>> Born 15 Sep 2005
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Economics and International Business
Sam Houston State University
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