Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2007 11:00:27 +0100
Reply-To: Martin Gregory <gregorym@T-ONLINE.DE>
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From: Martin Gregory <gregorym@T-ONLINE.DE>
Subject: Re: Does anyone know the meaning of the following log note --is
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This might be why:
1? data _null_ ;
2? put '35'x ;
3? run ;
NOTE: DATA statement used:
real time 8.12 seconds
cpu time 0.00 seconds
This doesn't work for '19jan07'd, for instance, but maybe it will at
some point :-)
Jake Bee wrote:
> Thank you, I found it. I was actually in one of my keys find
> 'ERROR:'icase. I changed it to
> find 'ERROR:' icase. I did not know that. Thank you very much!
> On 1/18/07, data _null_; <email@example.com> wrote:
>> You place an character like C below immediately following a quoted
>> string. You should find it and put a space.
>> 317 data _null_;
>> 318 c=1e14;
>> 319 put 'NOTE: 'c=;
>> NOTE 49-169: The meaning of an identifier after a quoted string may
>> change in a future SAS
>> release. Inserting white space between a quoted string
>> and the succeeding
>> identifier is recommended.
>> 320 run;
>> NOTE: c=1E14
>> On 1/18/07, Jake Bee <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> NOTE 49-169:
>>> The meaning of an identifier after a quoted string
>>> may change in a future SAS release.
>>> Inserting white space between a quoted string
>>> and the succeeding identifier is recommended.