John I wrote:
> Joep wrote:
>> The IF THEN ELSE END (without %) you see are just plain datastep
>> statements and no macro statements. They are perfectly legal and
>> therefore the program will run technically well.
>> What I do not like is the omittance of the RUN statement. SAS wil close
>> the datastep when a boundary is met, like another datastep, proc step
>> or a RUN statement. I prefer to put an explicit boundary like the
>> aforementioned RUN to close the data step.
>> Hope this helps,
>> I like to be like a volcano. All day long laying on my back, smoking
>> and people saying: look he's working -- Tom Manders
>> Andre schreef:
"Schreef (pronounced "schrafe") is the simple past Dutch verb for "write".
The title means "Norm Viss Wrote"."