Date: Tue, 28 Jul 1998 12:32:37 -0400
Sender: "SPSSX(r) Discussion" <SPSSX-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From: Libin Xu <libinxy@PGCPS.PG.K12.MD.US>
Organization: Title 1 Program, Prince George's County Public School
Subject: CAN ANYONE TELL ME THE CORRECT WAY TO DO IT?
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I wonder if someone could find a solution for me about
the following command. I use an if command to find the cases I want and
then change the values of two variables. The if statement works fine
now, but I can't change the values of the two variables at the same
time. If I change one variable, it is ok. I do need to change the values
of the two variables at the same time though. Can anyone on the list
suggest a solution? Thank you in advance for your help.
Command and the error message:
IF ((SCHOOL#='17114' AND GRADE='00' AND RUNREC>1)AND SYSMIS(LETTER)
LETTER=52 AND PRINT=16.
>Warning # 532
>During execution of the indicated command, one of the operands of AND
>had other than a valid logical value. The valid logical values are 0,
>and missing. The invalid value has been treated as system-missing.
>Command line: 87 Current case: 1 Current splitfile group: 1