[EpiData-list] List index out of bounds (77)

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Dear jens lauritsen
thank you for your answer. We merged them using analysis and it worked
fine. Actually we were wondering if the fact that by merging them using
Epidata Entry and receiving the error message "list index out of bounds
(77)", implies that there is an error in the structure of the two original
files (in the chk files or whatever) and this will cause us problems in the
analysis later on. If this error message is a small bag of the program, we
would like just to report it.

Dimitris Papamichail
Public Health Nurse-Epidemiologist
National School of Public Health, Greece

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> Dear jens lauritsen
> thank you for your answer. We merged them using analysis and it worked
> fine. Actually we were wondering if the fact that by merging them using
> Epidata Entry and receiving the error message "list index out of bounds
> (77)", implies that there is an error in the structure of the two original
> files (in the chk files or whatever) and this will cause us problems in the
> analysis later on. If this error message is a small bag of the program, we
> would like just to report it.
>
> Dimitris Papamichail
> Public Health Nurse-Epidemiologist
> National School of Public Health, Greece
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> > Hello,
> > I merged two rec files using Epidata Entry (last version 3.1 270108) and
> > although everything seems ok (chk , rec and not file are created) when I
> > try to open the new merged rec file I receive the error message "list
> index
> > out of bounds (77)". When I try to open the same rec file using file-
> open
> > from the menu of Epidata Entry I receive the error message "The file
> > C:....path....rec cannot be opened. Please check if the file is in use
> and
> > that the file name is legal". The file is not in use and the file name is
> > ok. When I try to open the new merged rec file with Epidata Analysis,
> > everything is ok and the merged file has no problem.
> >
> > I almost tried everything. Any ideas???
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > Dimitris Papamichail
> > Public Health Nurse-Epidemiologist
> > National School of Public Health, Greece
> >
> >
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> > 溺燹赳珧 嗅疳扉麽揠 RN, MPH, MSc
> > Dimitris Papamichail
> > 213 2010 153
> > dpapamnos at gmail.com
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> > Date: Mon,  9 Jul 2012 16:54:27 +0200
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> > Subject: Sv: [EpiData-list] List index out of bounds (77)
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> > Use analysis to merge the files instead and after merge save the file-
> see
> > help file for analysis on merge - press f 1 to open help. report if it
> > worked.
> > Regards jens lauritsen
> >
> > -oprindelig besk.-
> > Emne: [EpiData-list] List index out of bounds (77)
> > Fra: epidata-list at lists.umanitoba.ca
> > Dato: 09-07-2012 14:51
> >
> > Hello,
> > I merged two rec files using Epidata Entry (last version 3.1 270108) and
> > although everything seems ok (chk , rec and not file are created) when I
> > try to open the new merged rec file I receive the error message "list
> index
> > out of bounds (77)". When I try to open the same rec file using file-
> open
> > from the menu of Epidata Entry I receive the error message "The file
> > C:....path....rec cannot be opened. Please check if the file is in use
> and
> > that the file name is legal". The file is not in use and the file name is
> > ok. When I try to open the new merged rec file with Epidata Analysis,
> > everything is ok and the merged file has no problem.
> >
> > I almost tried everything. Any ideas???
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > Dimitris Papamichail
> > Public Health Nurse-Epidemiologist
> > National School of Public Health, Greece
> >
> >
> > --
> >
> >
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> > 螖畏渭萎蟿蟻畏蟼 螤伪蟺伪渭喂蠂伪萎位 RN, MPH, MSc
> > Dimitris Papamichail
> > 213 2010 153
> > dpapamnos at gmail.com
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