English, Article edition: LOG2DO2: Stata module to convert log file to do file Nick Winter

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  • LOG2DO2: Stata module to convert log file to do file
Author
  • Nick Winter
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  • log2do2 extracts the command lines from a Stata text-format log file, creating a file of syntax (ie, a do file). The program recognizes commands as lines in the log that begin with a period followed by a blank space. It also recognizes command that are wrapped over multiple lines by Stata, and command that appear within foreach and forvalues loops. log2do2 uses the Stata 7 {help file} command to read and write the file. This command was in an update to Stata; be sure your Stata is fully up to date. The use of file allows log2do2 to preserve references to local macros in command lines.
  • log, do-file, utility, command log
  • RePEc:boc:bocode:s428501
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