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RE: st: Execution of code out of the Stata Do-File-Editor: File not found


From   "Tiago V. Pereira" <tiago.pereira@mbe.bio.br>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   RE: st: Execution of code out of the Stata Do-File-Editor: File not found
Date   Wed, 15 Feb 2012 09:25:59 -0200 (BRST)

Hi, Felix

Some issues are worth of noting:

(1) the command line you refer to resembles a situation where you are
trying to run a temporary file. Perhaps you need the exact name to run it
correctly. Are you regarding the path and file?

(2) I would recommend do "/var .... [path]" instead.

(3) I use linux, but mac should be identical. Then,

. run "/var/folders/n3/389xqy6n53v27tmwphf74qlh0000gn/T//SD06145.000000"

should be

. run "/var/folders/n3/389xqy6n53v27tmwphf74qlh0000gn/T/SD06145.000000"

Hope this helps.

Tiago








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Dear all,

I have a Problem concerning the execution of code out of the Stata
Do-File-Editor.
When I enter code and hit the execute button, Stata returns a message such
as:

. run "/var/folders/n3/389xqy6n53v27tmwphf74qlh0000gn/T//SD06145.000000"
file /var/folders/n3/389xqy6n53v27tmwphf74qlh0000gn/T//SD06145.000000 not
found
r(601);

Sometimes, if I try to run a part of the code, it works, while after this,
if I try to run a different part, or the whole code, Stata still does only
run the code I ran in the first instance.
I have Stata MP 11.2 running on two Macs. Same problem on both Computers.

Thank you very much in advance!

Felix
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