Do you know what kids sing on the bus on their way to computer camp?
99 little bugs in the code
99 little bugs
you take one out
recompile the code
103 little bugs in the code
Software upgrades are notorious for including a few "undocumented" gremlins.
Software provider "never saw them in the lab". Somehow they always show up
when they upgrade _your_ software.
We did have an intermittent problem last night, but only if a seesion was
open for more than 1 hour... (we backed out the change after your
The intent of the change was to implement an automatic logout after a fixed
period of inactivity...but there was apparently an issue with multiple
servers (we have several)....
Sorry for the inconvenience...
Which package and where? I am genuinely interested as a major user of
stat software and someone who pays a lot of money for annual license
Replace "nonet" with "yukonomics" for real email address
Stata is the name of the package. OTOH large companies such as SAS and SPSS
do not necessarily have their Pres. out answering questions. However there
is a big difference twixt SAS and SPSS. A user was having troubles with some
graphics in SAS. Now usually SAS tech support has the answer almost before
you finish the question. This problem proved to be different. The tech
support couldn't answer the question so it was "Could you hold for just a
few?" A few minutes later the person that ACTUALLY WROTE that part of the
program was on the phone speaking to the issue at hand with just what was
needed. Overall, I'd put SAS and Stata on relatively the same standing-
great tech support. SPSS, well, uhh....
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