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Re: st: Special character


From   "Julien D." <Sniper@free.fr>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Special character
Date   Wed, 06 Feb 2008 17:45:44 +0100

Hum, the character I want to display is "superior or equal", and I don't believe it exists in the ASCII code...



Maarten buis a écrit :

--  "Julien D." wrote:
I am using Kaplan Meier (sts graph) with risktable instruction like this...

risktable ( ,order( 1 "< 10" 2 ">= 10" ))

and I would like to display in the graphic table a "≥" symbol instead of ">="..

I tried the method `=char(XXX)' but I m not sur that this character exist in ASCII...
I have no idea what the "≥" symbol is, but you can get a list of all
ascii characters with -asciiplot- downloadable from -ssc- (in Stata
type -ssc describe asciiplot- and -ssc install asciiplot-)

Hope this helps,
Maarten

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