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Re: st: mata in program define

From   Joerg Luedicke <>
Subject   Re: st: mata in program define
Date   Tue, 5 Jul 2011 00:17:49 -0400

You need to have two -end-s in your program: one at the end of the
ado-part, and one at the end of the Mata program. Then it should work.


On Mon, Jul 4, 2011 at 11:35 PM, Zhi Su <> wrote:
> Hi, Dear statalists,
>  I need to get bootstrap standard errors in a regression. And I need
> to define a program that produce the standdard errors for a single
> sample. When defining parts of the program that is involved with
> matrix calculation, mata is used. When the part of mata command
> complete, I need to use command "end". This "end" is taken by Stata as
> the end of program define. However, it is not because several commands
> need to be run after the parts of matrix calculation.
>  How can I let the stata know that the "end" is the "end" of mata
> workspace, not the "end" of program define?
>  Thank you!
> Zhi Su
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