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st: mata problem "too many string literals"


From   Li <jli.can@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: mata problem "too many string literals"
Date   Sun, 22 Feb 2009 20:19:47 -0600

Hi there,
I am writing an optimization program using mata, in which the
objective function is given by obj(). However, my program cannot run
because of the following error:

: void obj (todo, r, C, g, H)
> {

>         M1 = st_data(.,`M1')
>         M2 = st_data(.,`M2')
>         M3 = st_data(.,`M3')
>         M4 = st_data(.,`M4')
>         M5 = st_data(.,`M5')
>         M6 = st_data(.,`M6')
>         M7 = st_data(.,`M7')
>         M8 = st_data(.,`M8')
too many string literals
(217 lines skipped)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
r(3000);

end of do-file

r(3000);




Macros Mi has been defined at the beginning of the program. By
defining these macros, I try to avoid writing a very long line of
variables in the objective function.

Any help and suggestion is highly appreciated!

Sincerely,
John
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