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Re: st: help required using the -ds- command
I am not sure what exactly you mean by "a list of my variable names
in one column" but does -xpose- deliver what you want?
. sysuse auto, clear
. keep in 1
. xpose, clear varname
. clist _varname, noobs
--- Eamonn O'Brien <Eamonn.O'Brien@icr.ac.uk> wrote:
> Dear Statalist
> I'm am trying to obtain a list of my variable names in one column (
> have over 100 variables). I haven't achieved this but I have been
> experimenting with the -ds- command, specifically the options
> 'varwidth(#)' and 'skip(#)'. Can anyone help with this?
> One small point, the help file for the -ds- option 'skip' states
> default is skip(12) , but if I use skip(11) the following error is
> returned 'skip() should be in the range 1..10'.
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