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Jeff Pflueger <jeff@infouse.com> |

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Re: st: Output tables, tabulations, etc to a text file |

Date |
Thu, 10 Jul 2008 17:54:40 -0700 |

Problem solved.

It seems that Ian Watson's tabout is the way to do this.

With the custom tables I can create of tabulations, I can then save as text files.

One of the tabout options is actually append!

So I assume that as I iterate through the US states, I can create my custom tabulations and then append them to a text file.

tabout is the slickest solution I've discovered for my needs here. But maybe I am missing something?

Jeff

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**References**:**st: Output tables, tabulations, etc to a text file***From:*Jeff Pflueger <jeff@infouse.com>

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**Re: st: Output tables, tabulations, etc to a text file***From:*Jeff Pflueger <jeff@infouse.com>

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