Errata for An Introduction to Stata Programming

The errata for An Introduction to Stata Programming are provided below. Click here for an explanation of how to read an erratum. Click here to learn how to determine the printing number of a book.

(1) Chapter 3, p. 55, last example
forvalues i = 11/15 {
        rename v‘i’ = x ‘=1960 + ‘i’’
}
forvalues i = 11/15 {
        rename v‘i’ x‘=1960 + ‘i’’
}
(1) Chapter 4, p. 74, last Stata command on page
display "Analysis run by $USER from $BASEDIR at `c(current-date)' `c(current-time)'" display "Analysis run by $USER from $BASEDIR at `c(current_date)' `c(current_time)'"
(1) Chapter 5, p. 85, first Stata command
. assert NCPregnancy = 0 if gender == "Male" . assert NCPregnancy == 0 if gender == "Male"
(1) Chapter 7, p. 158, fifth command in example
. local ncty: word count country
. local ncty: word count `country' 

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