Date: Sat, 22 Jul 2006 10:39:00 -0500
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From: Jim Moffitt <email@example.com>
Subject: Compound IF syntax
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I have 6 contiguous variables named q1-q26.
For all 200 of my cases all twenty-six of those variables contain either
a system missing dot, a 1, or a zero.
I have another variable named Sam.
For all 200 of my cases Sam currently contains either a system missing
dot or a 1.
How do I write a syntax line that says for every case in which none of
the values in any of the twenty-six contiguous variables are 1 and any
of the values in those twenty-six contiguous variables are zero, set the
value of Sam to 0?