Thank you for your opinion. But PSPP reported problems with variable names which contains umlauts when I opened the data file before I fixed the problem by changing the variable names.


Am 04.02.2018 um 19:31 schrieb John Darrington:
I have often used umlauts in variable names, and never had problems.  I've also
experimented with Chinese and other exotic characters and everything works fine
for me.

That error message is not one that PSPP generates.  It looks like it is coming
from the operating system.

So I think this must be a case of OS-Mac being to clever for its own good.

J'




On Sun, Feb 04, 2018 at 05:27:27PM +0100, Dr. Oliver Walter wrote:
      Dear Ms Kahf,
PSPP does not seem to like variable names which include German umlauts
      (Umlaute) such as ?, ? or ?. I tried to fix your data file and seem to be
      successful. I send it to you attached to this e-mail. Please check it.
BTW: Your choice of variable names is not optimal for data management
      apart from using German umlauts either.
Good luck. Kind regards from Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein, Dr. Oliver Walter Am 04.02.2018 um 15:18 schrieb Meimuna Kahf:
      >hello everyone,
      >
      >yesterday i worked for the first time with pspp and i inserted all my 
data for a seminar into pspp. A just saved it all the time and at the end. It took 
about the whole day and today i wanted to open the file and i became the error in 
the attachment. I also put the file in the attachment
      >How can i solve this problem?
      >I would be so grateful it someone can help me because i dont have the 
time to do it all again..
      >
      >Greetings
      >
      >Meimuna


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