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st: run stata in a batch mode using do file


From   tashi lama <ltashi32@hotmail.com>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: run stata in a batch mode using do file
Date   Mon, 17 Sep 2012 18:39:38 +0000

Hello all, 
    1. It is very well documented to run stata in a batch using do file without parameters. But running stata in a batch using do file with parameters in nowhere to be seen. Any idea how to do it?

In Unix would be if I have dofile mylog with two arguments firm and date

$ stata -b do mylog.do `firm' `date'

What would be in windows for a dofile myjob with 2 arguments firm and date. The following is for myjob without any parameters as documented. 

 C:\data> "C:\Program Files\Stata12\Stata" /s do myjob    where myjob is dofile and produces myjob.log in C:\data

   2. How would you run stata in a batch mode using ado file in both unix and windows. 

Say I have a myjob.ado with 2 arguments as options namely firm and date

Any help will be highly appreciated. 
Thanks, 
Tashi  		 	   		  
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