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Re: st: bug? -display- inside -simulate-


From   "Scott Merryman" <scott.merryman@gmail.com>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: bug? -display- inside -simulate-
Date   Sat, 29 Dec 2007 14:21:17 -0600

Do you want the -noisily- and/or the -trace- option with -simulate-?

For example:

. capture program drop myprogram

. program define myprogram, rclass
  1.        di in r "myprogram"
  2.        return scalar n = 1
  3. end

.
. quietly simulate n=r(n), noisily  reps(10): myprogram
. myprogram
myprogram
. myprogram
myprogram
. myprogram
myprogram
. myprogram
myprogram
. myprogram
myprogram
. myprogram
myprogram
. myprogram
myprogram
. myprogram
myprogram
. myprogram
myprogram
. myprogram
myprogram

.
end of do-file


Scott


On Dec 29, 2007 12:47 PM, Jeph Herrin <junk@spandrel.net> wrote:
> I am using -simulate- to run -myprogram-, and
> would like -myprogram- to display some output
> each time, for tracking purposes. The problem
> is that -display- seems to only work the first
> time through.
>
> For example:
>
> ===============================================
> capture program drop myprogram
> program define myprogram, rclass
>        di in r "myprogram"
>        return scalar n = 1
> end
>
> quietly simulate n=r(n), reps(1000): myprogram
> ===============================================
>
>
> produces the following output:
>
> ===============================================
> . capture program drop myprogram
>
> . program define myprogram, rclass
>   1.         di in r "myprogram"
>   2.         return scalar n = 1
>   3. end
>
> .
> . quietly simulate n=r(n), reps(1000): myprogram
> myprogram
>
> .
> .
> .
> end of do-file
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