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how to locate the path of a procedure in dictionary
For example, I want to edit a procedure but I don't know where exactly it locates in the dictionary, what I know is it be written in a .src file and the file is locates in the dictionary . so is there any command that I can type the name of proc to find its path, like findit or which command in matlab? thank you
If you click CTRL+F1 on the name of any procedure that is in a loaded GAUSS library, GAUSS will open to that procedure definition for you. To test this out type:
in a GAUSS editor window, then click on it and hit CTRL+F1. You will see that it will open the file containing the code for the procedure named ols.