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Re: pspp-dev Digest, Vol 153, Issue 1

From: Elias Estatistics
Subject: Re: pspp-dev Digest, Vol 153, Issue 1
Date: Fri, 3 Feb 2017 23:20:27 +0200
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Dear, developers,

I find it extremely basic as a function to any statistical program to be able to print

either its values or its assign values! e.g. Sex 1=female, 2=male

LIST command print only values not its assign values of a variable!

Is it SO hard to be made i suppose in order not to exist still, is it ?


Elias Tsolis

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    1. New Greek PO file for 'pspp' (version 0.10.2)
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Date: Sun, 04 Sep 2016 10:16:33 +0200
From: Translation Project Robot <address@hidden>
To: address@hidden
Subject: New Greek PO file for 'pspp' (version 0.10.2)
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Hello, gentle maintainer.

This is a message from the Translation Project robot.

A revised PO file for textual domain 'pspp' has been submitted
by the Greek team of translators.  The file is available at:

(We can arrange things so that in the future such files are automatically
e-mailed to you when they arrive.  Ask at the address below if you want this.)

All other PO files for your package are available in:

Please consider including all of these in your next release, whether
official or a pretest.

Whenever you have a new distribution with a new version number ready,
containing a newer POT file, please send the URL of that distribution
tarball to the address below.  The tarball may be just a pretest or a
snapshot, it does not even have to compile.  It is just used by the
translators when they need some extra translation context.

The following HTML page has been updated:

If any question arises, please contact the translation coordinator.

Thank you for all your work,

                                 The Translation Project robot, in the
                                 name of your translation coordinator.


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