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Re: st: if ... the lot of them

From   Richard Goldstein <[email protected]>
To   [email protected]
Subject   Re: st: if ... the lot of them
Date   Mon, 29 Sep 2008 16:25:09 -0400

I presume you have this in a program or a do-file; if so, then note that macro 1 is the first thing after the file name

for example, say you have all this in a do-file called

then you do (or run) this as "do da1"

if instead you "do da1 #" (where # is a number such as 1 or 3 or ...
and change all duration==1 statement to duration==`1', then Stata will change your `1' to whatever # is as you run this

hope this helps,


Paul O'Brien wrote:

i have a sequence of commands, each of which has included: duration==1.

such as:
list r1 se1 r2 se2 if duration==1 & outcome =="pregnancy" &num==1
metan logrr selogrr if num==1 &outcome=="pregnancy" &duration==1, fixed eform nograph
swapval iud1 iud2 if duration=1 &num==1

i need to change the duration frequently and have to change all the commands each time.

is there a way to put all the commands together so i can change the duration just once every time i run the sequence?

i have looked at foreach and forvalues.


Dr Paul O'Brien
Raymede Clinic
Westside Contraceptive Services
Westminster Primary Care Trust
Exmoor St
W10 6DZ
44 + (0)20 8962 4450
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