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l >> >> +--------------------+ >> | time | >> |--------------------| >> 1. | 01jan1960 00:00:00 | >> +--------------------+ >> >> . l >> >> +-----------+ >> | k | >> |-----------| >> 1. | 28feb2008 | >> 2. | 28feb2008 | >> l >> >> +--------+ >> | time | >> |--------| >> 1. | 1960m2 | >> +--------+ >> >> In all these format changes, the value remains 1; what changes is To detect what format a variable has you go local fmt: format mynumvar gen svar = string(mynumvar, "`fmt'") Thus no magic is needed, just willingness to read the documentation. http://pgexch.com/cannot-be/int-cannot-be-dereferenced-tostring.html

Once a date has >> been displayed in SMCL whether it came from a numeric variable or a >> string variable is immaterial, but that is a separate issue. >> >> Or, if you want to call mata you can use -sprintf()-. set obs 1 obs was 0, now 1 . It works with -display- which allows "faster turnover of ideas": ************* di in r string(12345612345 , "%11.0f") ************* HTH Martin -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht----- Von: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] Im Auftrag von Martin Weiss Gesendet: http://www.stata.com/statalist/archive/2010-04/msg01302.html

Tostring Cannot Be Converted Reversibly No Generate

You are always brilliant. I still need the magic > command to do magic on dates. > > Thank you , > Ashim > > On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 5:21 PM, Neil Shephard set obs 1 >> obs was 0, now 1 >> >> . Stata: Data Analysis and Statistical Software Notice: On March 31, it was announced that Statalist is moving from an email list to a forum.

By the same logic > wrapping your argument in -floor()- is indicated as you want an > integer result and also to round down. > > Using -dofc()- would be more I guess if such a command does not exist I will have to learn to format HTML stuff but I thought I might ask here first. Tags: None Nick Cox Tenured Member Join Date: Mar 2014 Posts: 9112 #2 23 Sep 2015, 00:34 You need to specify a suitable format. Dofc Stata Will do part of what I what .

April 2010 11:31 An: [email protected] Betreff: st: tostring command Dear all, When I am using the command "tostring" to convert numerical variable to string variable I am getting an error. String Format Stata Suppose I have a variable say jdate jdate 17890 17891 17892 etc. Will do part of what I what . On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 9:17 PM, Nick Cox <[hidden email]> wrote: > Using -tostring- would be convenient for several variables, and it > certainly supports a -format()- option. (I

Not so. Scientific Notation Stata cheers, Jeph Ashim Kapoor wrote: > My apologies for my poor articulation. > > Suppose I have a variable say jdate > > jdate > 17890 > 17891 > 17892 > Being a New Edition of Jacobs & Chaney, Volumen 4The Michigan Digest Annotated: Embodying All Reported Decisions from the Earliest Period Down to Volume 202 Michigan, Inclusive. The error is "indid cannot be converted reversibly; no generate".

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If the orginal variables is 17590 and display something like " Sep 6 1990" it is useless as when i try writing that variable to an HTML code it will write http://statalist.1588530.n2.nabble.com/st-new-string-variable-which-has-the-formatted-value-of-a-variable-td2121949.html Because of this not able to convert numerical variables with 11 or more digits to string variable. Tostring Cannot Be Converted Reversibly No Generate It is really is impossible to discuss what you are doing when > the description of your code is merely "it". > > Nick > [hidden email] > > Ashim Kapoor Stata Tostring Format Nick [hidden email] Jeph Herrin I think -tostring- will work with the -format()- option.

Any advise appreciated. * * For searches and help try: * http://www.stata.com/help.cgi?search * http://www.stata.com/support/faqs/resources/statalist-faq/ * http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/stata/ _DISCLAIMER: This email and any attachments hereto contains proprietary information, some or all of which http://pgexch.com/cannot-be/incompatible-types-arraylist-arraylist-integer-cannot-be-converted-to-list-list-integer.html gen double mytest = 123456789012 . That uses >>> the two-argument flavour of -string(,)-. >>> >>> To detect what format a variable has you go >>> >>> local fmt: format mynumvar >>> gen svar = string(mynumvar, "`fmt'") De Hoyos > Sent: 02 August 2004 18:15 > To: [email protected] > Subject: st: tostring question > > > I am trying to transform a numeric variable (double %10.0g) > into Tostring Replace Stata

I still need the magic > command to do magic on dates. > On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 5:21 PM, Neil Shephard <[hidden email]> wrote: >> Not sure about dates, Will do part of what I what . jdate[`i']........... ) where i helps me loop over observations and create a table in HTML. this contact form This error comes only if the numerical varibale has 11 or more digits.

I still need the magic >>> command to do magic on dates. >> >>> On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 5:21 PM, Neil Shephard <[hidden email]> >> wrote: >>>> Not sure Decode Stata Suppose I have a variable j and format %9.5g j and I only want j upto 2 decimal places then I do replace j = round(j,.01) but due to precision storage gen time = 1 >> >> .

I am running the code tostring phone_number, replace and the message I get is phone_number cannot be converted reversibly; no replace This usually happens with 12 or more digit number.

format time %tc >> >> . In the copy paste direct from SQL, my dates go in as string variables and I can convert them into Stata dates using something like this: >>> >>> generate double diagdate2 Thanks and regards, RAJARAM. Convert Numeric To String Stata l +-----------------------------+ | mytest Smytest | |-----------------------------| 1. | 123456789012 123456789012 | +-----------------------------+ For longer numbers, you need an even more generous format, e.g. %15.0f Comment Post Cancel Stephen Okiya New

Thank you, Ashim. I still need the magic >>> command to do magic on dates. >> >>> On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 5:21 PM, Neil Shephard <[hidden email]> >> wrote: >>>> Not sure Nick [hidden email] Ashim Kapoor hi Nick, Thank you for your email. navigate here Al utilizar nuestros servicios, aceptas el uso que hacemos de las cookies.Más informaciónEntendidoMi cuentaBúsquedaMapsYouTubePlayNoticiasGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TraductorFotosMásShoppingDocumentosLibrosBloggerContactosHangoutsAún más de GoogleIniciar sesiónCampos ocultosLibrosbooks.google.eshttps://books.google.es/books/about/The_Electrical_Review.html?hl=es&id=lutAAQAAMAAJ&utm_source=gb-gplus-shareThe Electrical ReviewMi colecciónAyudaBúsqueda avanzada de librosConseguir libro impresoNingún eBook disponibleIberLibro.comBuscar en una

It is really is impossible to discuss what you are doing when >> the description of your code is merely "it". >> >> Nick >> [hidden email] >> >> Ashim Kapoor Loss of information means one of two circumstances: (1) The result of real(string(varname, "format")) is not equal to varname, i.e. Yes No OK OK Cancel X Statalist Search everywhere only in this topic Advanced Search st: new string variable which has the formatted value of a variable Classic List Threaded ♦ I'm after a way of turning the ODBC loaded dates into strings so that I can repeat my original code/set-up or a way of directly converting to a number and applying

For example, Code: . Will do part of what I what . On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 9:17 PM, Nick Cox <[hidden email]> wrote: > Using -tostring- would be convenient for several variables, and it > certainly supports a -format()- option. (I If an addressing or transmission error has misdirected this e-mail and you are not the intended recipient(s), please notify the author by replying to this e-mail.

Once a date has been displayed in SMCL whether it came from a numeric variable or a string variable is immaterial, but that is a separate issue. Am I doing something wrong? Best wishes Tim -----Original Message----- From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Nick Cox Sent: 21 January 2013 12:23 To: [email protected] Subject: Re: st: Stata dates -tostring- cannot be converted reversibly; no The most relevant part of the help is probably this: -force- specifies that conversions entailing loss of information may be forced.

That uses >> the two-argument flavour of -string(,)-. >> >> To detect what format a variable has you go >> >> local fmt: format mynumvar >> gen svar = string(mynumvar, "`fmt'") Free forum by Nabble Edit this page Las cookies nos permiten ofrecer nuestros servicios. Am I doing something wrong? >> >> Thank you, >> Ashim. >> On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 9:17 PM, Nick Cox <[hidden email]> wrote: >>> Using -tostring- would be convenient The old list will shut down on April 23, and its replacement, statalist.org is already up and running. [Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index] st: AW: AW: tostring command From

tostring(k) ,format(%td) gen(j) > k cannot be converted reversibly; no generate > > This fails. If >> the orginal variables is 17590 and display something like " Sep 6 >> 1990" it is useless as when i try writing that variable to an HTML >> code To get around this, I connect Stata to my SQL server database using the ODBC load which is fine, however I'm having trouble with dates. That uses > the two-argument flavour of -string(,)-. > > To detect what format a variable has you go > > local fmt: format mynumvar > gen svar = string(mynumvar, "`fmt'")