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Re: st: Re: Batch variable?
Brendan Halpin <firstname.lastname@example.org> asked,
> Where does "permanently" write the info to, though?
about -set-'s -permanently- option, as in -set memory 20m, permanently-,
which would change Stata to come up with 20 megs allocated.
Stata stores -permanently- information in the registry on Windows computers,
in ~/Library/Preferences/<dir>/<filename> on Macintosh, and in
~/.stata9/<dir>/stata9.rc under Unix. If the registry is cleared, or
the files erased, Stata reverts to default settings and recreates the
registry entries or files.
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