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Date:         Mon, 5 Oct 2009 10:27:16 -0500
Reply-To:     "Data _null_;" <iebupdte@GMAIL.COM>
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From:         "Data _null_;" <iebupdte@GMAIL.COM>
Subject:      Re: Option NOTE2ERR
Comments: To: jfh@stanfordalumni.org
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MISSOPT is a bug fix.

http://support.sas.com/kb/9/780.html http://support.sas.com/kb/5/758.html

On 10/5/09, Jack Hamilton <jfh@stanfordalumni.org> wrote: > It would be interesting to hear more about the other unknown data step > options you mentioned: > > BUFFERED, MISSOPT, NOMISSOPT, NOPASSTHRU, NOPMML, PASSTHRU, PMML, > UNBUFFERED > > It's interesting that DEBUG isn't in the list of possible options that > SAS displays. > > PMML might be Predictive Model Markup Language, but it's hard to tell > what that means in this context. The SAS log output becomes interesting > when the option is turned on: > > ===== > 1 data test / pmml; > 2 set sashelp.class; > 3 run; > > NOTE: Generating PMML. > > --------------- Symbol table ------------------ > > 14: Symbol=Weight kind=K_IDENTIFIER type=T_REAL > - retain > > 23: Symbol=_FILE_ kind=K_IDENTIFIER type=T_CHARACTER > - retain > - pseudovariable > - internal > > 47: Symbol=. kind=K_REAL_CONSTANT type=T_REAL > > 49: Symbol=0 kind=K_REAL_CONSTANT type=T_REAL > > 50: Symbol=1 kind=K_REAL_CONSTANT type=T_REAL > > 141: Symbol=_IORC_ kind=K_IDENTIFIER type=T_REAL > - retain > - internal > > 220: Symbol=Age kind=K_IDENTIFIER type=T_REAL > - retain > > 237: Symbol=_INFILE_ kind=K_IDENTIFIER type=T_CHARACTER > - retain > - pseudovariable > - internal > > 263: Symbol=#macbig kind=K_REAL_CONSTANT type=T_REAL > > 270: Symbol=#macseps kind=K_REAL_CONSTANT type=T_REAL > > 278: Symbol=#macnbig kind=K_REAL_CONSTANT type=T_REAL > > 355: Symbol=Name kind=K_IDENTIFIER type=T_CHARACTER > - retain > > 384: Symbol=_N_ kind=K_IDENTIFIER type=T_REAL > - retain > - internal > > 403: Symbol=Height kind=K_IDENTIFIER type=T_REAL > - retain > > 418: Symbol=Sex kind=K_IDENTIFIER type=T_CHARACTER > - retain > > 443: Symbol=_ERROR_ kind=K_IDENTIFIER type=T_REAL > - retain > - internal > > end of symbol table > > NOTE: Finished PMML. > NOTE: There were 19 observations read from the data set SASHELP.CLASS. > NOTE: The data set WORK.TEST has 19 observations and 5 variables. > ===== > > BUFFERED/UNBUFFERED probably refers to disk I/O, but what kind? > MISSOPT/NOMISSOPT must be something to do with the handling of missing > values. PASSTHRU/NOPASSTHRU might refer to where WHERE clauses are > resolved, or what engine is used to do perform particular actions. But > those are wild guesses. > > > > On Mon, 5 Oct 2009 05:11:28 -0700, "RTSL.eu" <rtsl@EMAIL.COM> said: > > A recent post in our blog (www.NoteColon.info) talked of the > > unsupported (and largely undocumented) NOTE2ERR system and data set > > option. It tells SAS to treat a certain number of "minor" syntax > > issues as errors instead of notes. Most notably this includes > > automatic conversion of characters values to numeric and vice-versa. > > > > This sparked conversation in comments to the blog and here in postings > > to SAS-L/comp.soft-sys.sas. > > > > We just posted an update to the story from a SAS Insider. See more in > > "NOTE: More About NOTE2ERR (a.k.a. Be Of Good Type)" at > > www.NoteColon.info. > > > > Our blog focuses on SAS® and software development best practices. You > > can subscribe to email updates (so you need never miss a post), or you > > can visit regularly, or you can subscribe via RSS. > > > > Regards > > > > -Andy > > ** Please do not reply directly to this email - it was sent from an > > unmonitored email address in order to avoid spam ** > > > -- > Jack Hamilton > Sacramento, California > jfh@alumni.stanford.org <== Use this, not jfh @ stanfordalumni.org > > Tots units fem força! >


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