I am using the code below to format currency values. Unfortunately, my Jupyter notebook shows a strange character Â like this:
proc print data=TransTemp NOOBS; format X Y Z NLMNLGBP. ;
Not enough information, where does it show this, is it the output window? Have you tried creating an RTF or PDF file and seeing what the output is from that, I suspect that is a tab character or something like that and you are viewing plain text.
@csetzkorn It is likely that encoding specified in the sascfg_personal.py file in your saspy configuration doesn't match the SAS Session encoding in the SAS session you're connected to.The other possibility, if they do match, is that the saspy version is a bit old, as I've fixed a number of issues recently regarding encodings and translated version of SAS.
I'm happy to help you here or via opening an Issue on the saspy github site:
Either way. Just let me know!
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