Date: Wed, 28 Jul 2004 16:58:37 +0200
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From: "Groeneveld, Jim" <jim.groeneveld@VITATRON.COM>
Subject: Re: Tabulation format
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You are making me curious with your last remark. Your ranges are overlapping between 1-10, but that is for you to correct. An overall format could be (and you may vary on that):
.001 -< 10 = [F8.3]
10 - 10000 = [comma9.0]
This code is at least approximate. You may make final modifications.
Regards - Jim.
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From: ben.powell@CLA.CO.UK [mailto:ben.powell@CLA.CO.UK]
Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2004 16:47
Subject: Tabulation format
Because of a tabulation I have three variable types in a new variable, for
instance var1 has range 1-10,000 and vars2&3 have range 0.001-10.000. How
do I apply a format to the new tabulated variable x that will selectively
apply comma9.0 to the values that come from var1 and 8.3 to values from
Vars1-3 are now the class for the table such that var x is the var. Being
more specific than this could pose a problem!
Any suggestions much appreciated.