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Re: st: Making an 'output only' logfile.


From   Joseph Coveney <jcoveney@bigplanet.com>
To   Statalist <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   Re: st: Making an 'output only' logfile.
Date   Mon, 18 Sep 2006 19:41:10 +0900

Kelvin Foo wrote:

I have a do file which contains many commands such as -generate-,
-regress-, -nlcom-, etc..
I would like to run this file, and keep a log of just the output and
not the commands. How can this be done?

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This comes up periodically, so you might want to check the archives for any
better suggestions (there might even be an FAQ by now), but I use
a simple -program- wrapper.

Joseph Coveney

. program define logem
 1. version 9.2
 2. capture log close
 3. quietly log using log.prn, text
 4. sysuse auto
 5. regress price weight
 6. display in smcl _newline(2)
 7. nl (price = {constant} + {weight} * weight)
 8. display
 9. quietly log close
10. end

. logem
[output snipped--it contains no commands]

. viewsource log.prn

.

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