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Date:         Tue, 7 Jan 1997 08:03:10 +0000
Reply-To:     Niels Ejner Andersen <nea@TDK.DK>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From:         Niels Ejner Andersen <nea@TDK.DK>
Subject:      REF: data set problem

Tim,

try using comma10.3

Niels Ejner Andersen Tele Danmark

>>Hi SAS users, >> >> I use 'comma' format to read a variable which is at the >> end of a record. The data set is saved as a space delimited >> text file from Excel. This file is like: >>.........+.........+.........+.........+ >>Mary 646 Green St. 50.01 556.44 >>John 8766 Gray Av. (56.3) 75.98 >>Jack 12 Marion Rd. 6.77 (45.62) >> >>... >>********* >>If I use the following format, (45.62) can not be read in, that is, >>the value is missing. >> >>@1 name $4 >>@8 address $13 >>@21 num1 comma9.2 >>@30 num2 comma9.2; >> >>********* >>If I use comma10.2 instead, both 556.44 and 75.98 cannot be read in. >> >> >>Any idea? >> >>Thanks! >> >>Tim


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