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st: RE: AW: RE: trs file

From   "Nick Cox" <[email protected]>
To   <[email protected]>
Subject   st: RE: AW: RE: trs file
Date   Tue, 22 Jan 2008 16:16:52 -0000

In addition, the official command -hexdump- can be very useful for
peeking at a file. Even if a file is binary and in some proprietary
format, the first few bytes often include informative text strings. A
real case some months again on this list revealed that a mystery file
was in fact some antediluvian data file for some persons' statistical
software, if I recall correctly. 

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Martin Weiss

Quite often it is possible to open unknown file types with text editors
save them as plain .txt-files which are easily read by Stata with the
File-Import Commands. I have yet to encounter a case where I could not
a file by resorting to anything other than a text editor... But then
my experience may be limited...

Martyn Sherriff

According to it is a
executable file so presumably you will need a copy of that.

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Do you know as to open a file with extension trs? there are data  
inside, but I don't know a programme to open this file.

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