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There is no output nor errors

Hello everyone,

 

My code is as below:

data churchdata;
set "folders/myfolders/Programs/Week_6/churchdata.sas7dbat";
if upcase(LastNamePart) = "Church" and upcase(state) = "NY";
run;

proc print data=churchdata noobs;
run;

I got no errors nor any output.

Any help would be appreciated. Thank~

 

LOG:

1          OPTIONS NONOTES NOSTIMER NOSOURCE NOSYNTAXCHECK;
 2          TITLE;
 3          FOOTNOTE;
 4          OPTIONS LOCALE=en_US DFLANG=LOCALE;
 NOTE: The quoted string currently being processed has become more than 262 bytes long.  You might have unbalanced quotation marks.
 5          DATA _NULL_;
 6          RUN;
 7          OPTIONS VALIDVARNAME=V7;
 8          OPTIONS VALIDMEMNAME=COMPAT;
 9          FILENAME _HTMLOUT TEMP;
 10         FILENAME _RTFOUT TEMP ENCODING='UTF-8';
 11         FILENAME _PDFOUT TEMP;
 12         FILENAME _GSFNAME TEMP;
 13         FILENAME _DATAOUT TEMP;
 14         %LET SYSCC=0;
 15         %LET _CLIENTAPP='SAS Studio';
 16         %LET _CLIENTAPPABREV=Studio;
 17         %LET _CLIENTAPPVERSION=3.7;
 18         %LET _CLIENTVERSION=3.7;
 19         %LET _CLIENTMODE=basic;
 20         %LET _SASSERVERNAME=%BQUOTE(localhost);
 21         %LET _SASHOSTNAME=%BQUOTE(localhost);
 22         %LET _SASPROGRAMFILEHOST=%BQUOTE(localhost);
 23         %LET _CLIENTUSERID=%BQUOTE(sasdemo);
 24         %LET _CLIENTUSERNAME=%BQUOTE(sasdemo);
 25         %LET CLIENTMACHINE=%BQUOTE(10.0.2.2);
 26         %LET _CLIENTMACHINE=%BQUOTE(10.0.2.2);
 27         %let SASWORKLOCATION="%sysfunc(getoption(work))/";
 28         FILENAME _CWD '.';
 29         DATA _NULL_;
 30         CALL SYMPUT('_SASWORKINGDIR',PATHNAME('_CWD'));
 31         RUN;
 32         FILENAME _CWD;
 33         
 34         %LET _SASPROGRAMFILE = %NRQUOTE(%NRSTR(/folders/myfolders/Programs/Week_6/ChenJenli_jc3992_Assignment5.sas));
 35         %LET _BASEURL = %BQUOTE(http://localhost:10080/SASStudio/);
 36         %LET _EXECENV=SASStudio;
 
            ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
            49
 
 
 NOTE 49-169: The meaning of an identifier after a quoted string might change in a future SAS release.  Inserting white space 
              between a quoted string and the succeeding identifier is recommended.
 
 37         DATA _NULL_;
 38         CALL
 38       ! SYMPUT("GRAPHINIT"
                             _
                             49
 38       ! ,"");
 39         CALL
 39       ! SYMPUT("GRAPHTERM"
                             _
                             49
 39       ! ,"");
 NOTE 49-169: The meaning of an identifier after a quoted string might change in a future SAS release.  Inserting white space 
              between a quoted string and the succeeding identifier is recommended.
 
 40         RC=TSLVL('GEOCODE','N');
 41         _ERROR_=0;
 42         IF (RC^=' ') THEN DO;
 43         CALL SYMPUT("GRAPHINIT","GOPTIONS RESET=ALL GSFNAME=_GSFNAME;");
                                  ___                                    ________________
                                  49                                     49
 44         CALL SYMPUT("GRAPHTERM","GOPTIONS NOACCESSIBLE;");
                                  ___                      ___________________________________
                                  49                       49
 NOTE 49-169: The meaning of an identifier after a quoted string might change in a future SAS release.  Inserting white space 
              between a quoted string and the succeeding identifier is recommended.
 
 45         END;
 46         RUN;
 47         DATA _NULL_;
 48         RC=SYSPROD("PRODNUM002"
                                  _
                                  49
 48       ! );
 NOTE 49-169: The meaning of an identifier after a quoted string might change in a future SAS release.  Inserting white space 
              between a quoted string and the succeeding identifier is recommended.
 
 49         IF (RC^=1) THEN DO;
 50         CALL
 50       ! SYMPUT("GRAPHINIT"
                             _
                             49
 50       ! ,"");
 NOTE 49-169: The meaning of an identifier after a quoted string might change in a future SAS release.  Inserting white space 
              between a quoted string and the succeeding identifier is recommended.
 
 51         CALL SYMPUT("GRAPHTERM","");
 52         END;
 53         RUN;
 54         %LET _DATAOUT_MIME_TYPE=;
 55         %LET _DATAOUT_NAME=;
 56         %LET _DATAOUT_TABLE=;
 57         %LET _DATAOUT_URL=;
 58         %SYMDEL _DATAOUT_MIME_TYPE _DATAOUT_NAME _DATAOUT_URL _DATAOUT_TABLE;
 59         %LET _SASWS_ = %BQUOTE(/folders/myfolders);
 60         %LET _SASWSTEMP_=%BQUOTE(/folders/myfolders/.sasstudio/.images/b59f1c47-d5c4-49d1-b05b-75c5e247d9ab);
 61         ODS LISTING CLOSE;
 62         ODS AUTONAVIGATE OFF;
 63         ODS GRAPHICS ON;
 64         ODS HTML5 (ID=WEB) DEVICE=PNG GPATH="&_SASWSTEMP_" ENCODING=utf8  FILE=_HTMLOUT (TITLE='Results:
 64       ! ChenJenli_jc3992_Assignment5.sas') STYLE=Htmlblue OPTIONS(BITMAP_MODE='INLINE' OUTLINE='ON' SVG_MODE='INLINE'
 64       ! CSS_PREFIX='.ods_b59f1c47-d5c4-49d1-b05b-75c5e247d9ab' BODY_ID='div_b59f1c47-d5c4-49d1-b05b-75c5e247d9ab' );
 NOTE: The quoted string currently being processed has become more than 262 bytes long.  You might have unbalanced quotation marks.
 65         ODS RTF (ID=WEB) STYLE=Rtf FILE=_RTFOUT sasdate;
 66         ODS PDF (ID=WEB) STYLE=Pearl FILE=_PDFOUT;
 67         &GRAPHINIT;
 68         OPTIONS FIRSTOBS=1;
 69         OPTIONS OBS=MAX;
 64         ODS HTML5 (ID=WEB) DEVICE=PNG GPATH="&_SASWSTEMP_" ENCODING=utf8  FILE=_HTMLOUT (TITLE='Results:
                                                             ________________________________________________
                                                             49
 64       ! ChenJenli_jc3992_Assignment5.sas') STYLE=Htmlblue OPTIONS(BITMAP_MODE='INLINE' OUTLINE='ON' SVG_MODE='INLINE'
 64       ! CSS_PREFIX='.ods_b59f1c47-d5c4-49d1-b05b-75c5e247d9ab' BODY_ID='div_b59f1c47-d5c4-49d1-b05b-75c5e247d9ab' );
 NOTE 49-169: The meaning of an identifier after a quoted string might change in a future SAS release.  Inserting white space 
              between a quoted string and the succeeding identifier is recommended.
 
 70         OPTIONS DTRESET DATE NUMBER NOTES;
 71         OPTIONS NOTES STIMER SOURCE NOSYNTAXCHECK;
 72         
 73         data churchdata;
 74         set "folders/myfolders/Programs/Week_6/churchdata.sas7dbat"
                                                                      _____________________________
                                                                      49
 74       ! ;
 NOTE 49-169: The meaning of an identifier after a quoted string might change in a future SAS release.  Inserting white space 
              between a quoted string and the succeeding identifier is recommended.
 
 75         if upcase(LastNamePart) = "Church" and upcase(state) = "NY";
 76         run;
 77         
 78         proc print data=churchdata noobs;
 79         run;
 80         
 81         OPTIONS NONOTES NOSTIMER NOSOURCE NOSYNTAXCHECK;
 82         ODS HTML CLOSE;
 83         &GRAPHTERM; ;*';*";*/;RUN;QUIT;
 84         QUIT;RUN;
 85         ODS HTML5 (ID=WEB) CLOSE;
 86         
 87         ODS RTF (ID=WEB) CLOSE;
 88         ODS PDF (ID=WEB) CLOSE;
 89         FILENAME _GSFNAME;
 90         DATA _NULL_;
 91         RUN;
 92         OPTIONS VALIDMEMNAME=COMPAT;
 93         OPTIONS NOTES STIMER SOURCE SYNTAXCHECK;
 94         
 User: sasdemo
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Posts: 6,785

Re: There is no output nor errors

Time for a cup of coffee.

 

You didn't really expect that upcase(LastNamePart) could ever equal "Church" did you?

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Posts: 112

Re: There is no output nor errors

Posted in reply to Astounding

I don't really understand...

Is that because of the data type?

I came back to check the data set,

There are surname which is "CHURCH"

so was it because of the Capital letter?

 

Also,

I have this code:

%let lname=Churchhill;
%let state=VA;

options MPRINT;

%let dirdata=/folders/myfolders;
libname perm "&dirdata";
run;
%macro church2(lname=, state=);
data churchdata;
set churchdata"&dirdata";
if &lname.=Churchhill and &state.=VA then do;
call symput('Churchhill',&lname.);
call symput('VA',&state.);
end;
title "The donors with surname &lname and from the state &state";
proc print data=churchdata;
run;
title;
%mend church2;

%church2(lname=Churchhill,state=VA);

Ask us to modify the earlier code (LastNamePart=CHURCH and State is NY to :

    1. (1) Modify your code in part (a) so that the last name of the donor and the state of the donor are macro variables, named &lname and &state, that are created in the first two lines of your program with %let commands. Use the name Churchill (entered exactly like this in your macro variable) and make Virginia (VA) the state.  Then run the macro that you created in part (b) to get a listing again, but this time with the data set you just created, with the same N of records and the same variables. Include the macro variables in the title statements so that they resolve to the correct values.
    2. The LOG showed no errors but still no output...sigh
      1          OPTIONS NONOTES NOSTIMER NOSOURCE NOSYNTAXCHECK;
       2          TITLE;
       3          FOOTNOTE;
       4          OPTIONS LOCALE=en_US DFLANG=LOCALE;
       5          DATA _NULL_;
       6          RUN;
       7          OPTIONS VALIDVARNAME=V7;
       8          OPTIONS VALIDMEMNAME=COMPAT;
       9          FILENAME _HTMLOUT TEMP;
       10         FILENAME _RTFOUT TEMP ENCODING='UTF-8';
       11         FILENAME _PDFOUT TEMP;
       12         FILENAME _GSFNAME TEMP;
       13         FILENAME _DATAOUT TEMP;
       14         %LET SYSCC=0;
       15         %LET _CLIENTAPP='SAS Studio';
       16         %LET _CLIENTAPPABREV=Studio;
       17         %LET _CLIENTAPPVERSION=3.7;
       18         %LET _CLIENTVERSION=3.7;
       19         %LET _CLIENTMODE=basic;
       20         %LET _SASSERVERNAME=%BQUOTE(localhost);
       21         %LET _SASHOSTNAME=%BQUOTE(localhost);
       22         %LET _SASPROGRAMFILEHOST=%BQUOTE(localhost);
       23         %LET _CLIENTUSERID=%BQUOTE(sasdemo);
       24         %LET _CLIENTUSERNAME=%BQUOTE(sasdemo);
       25         %LET CLIENTMACHINE=%BQUOTE(10.0.2.2);
       26         %LET _CLIENTMACHINE=%BQUOTE(10.0.2.2);
       27         %let SASWORKLOCATION="%sysfunc(getoption(work))/";
       28         FILENAME _CWD '.';
       29         DATA _NULL_;
       30         CALL SYMPUT('_SASWORKINGDIR',PATHNAME('_CWD'));
       31         RUN;
       32         FILENAME _CWD;
       33         
       34         %LET _SASPROGRAMFILE = %NRQUOTE(%NRSTR(/folders/myfolders/Programs/Week_6/ChenJenli_jc3992_Assignment5.sas));
       35         %LET _BASEURL = %BQUOTE(http://localhost:10080/SASStudio/);
       36         %LET _EXECENV=SASStudio;
       37         DATA _NULL_;
       38         CALL SYMPUT("GRAPHINIT","");
       39         CALL SYMPUT("GRAPHTERM","");
       40         RC=TSLVL('GEOCODE','N');
       41         _ERROR_=0;
       42         IF (RC^=' ') THEN DO;
       43         CALL SYMPUT("GRAPHINIT","GOPTIONS RESET=ALL GSFNAME=_GSFNAME;");
       44         CALL SYMPUT("GRAPHTERM","GOPTIONS NOACCESSIBLE;");
       45         END;
       46         RUN;
       47         DATA _NULL_;
       48         RC=SYSPROD("PRODNUM002");
       49         IF (RC^=1) THEN DO;
       50         CALL SYMPUT("GRAPHINIT","");
       51         CALL SYMPUT("GRAPHTERM","");
       52         END;
       53         RUN;
       54         %LET _DATAOUT_MIME_TYPE=;
       55         %LET _DATAOUT_NAME=;
       56         %LET _DATAOUT_TABLE=;
       57         %LET _DATAOUT_URL=;
       58         %SYMDEL _DATAOUT_MIME_TYPE _DATAOUT_NAME _DATAOUT_URL _DATAOUT_TABLE;
       59         %LET _SASWS_ = %BQUOTE(/folders/myfolders);
       60         %LET _SASWSTEMP_=%BQUOTE(/folders/myfolders/.sasstudio/.images/878f0262-510f-4d7f-8d0b-bf7a5d005929);
       61         ODS LISTING CLOSE;
       62         ODS AUTONAVIGATE OFF;
       63         ODS GRAPHICS ON;
       64         ODS HTML5 (ID=WEB) DEVICE=PNG GPATH="&_SASWSTEMP_" ENCODING=utf8  FILE=_HTMLOUT (TITLE='Results:
       64       ! ChenJenli_jc3992_Assignment5.sas') STYLE=Htmlblue OPTIONS(BITMAP_MODE='INLINE' OUTLINE='ON' SVG_MODE='INLINE'
       64       ! CSS_PREFIX='.ods_878f0262-510f-4d7f-8d0b-bf7a5d005929' BODY_ID='div_878f0262-510f-4d7f-8d0b-bf7a5d005929' );
       65         ODS RTF (ID=WEB) STYLE=Rtf FILE=_RTFOUT sasdate;
       66         ODS PDF (ID=WEB) STYLE=Pearl FILE=_PDFOUT;
       67         &GRAPHINIT;
       68         OPTIONS FIRSTOBS=1;
       69         OPTIONS OBS=MAX;
       70         OPTIONS DTRESET DATE NUMBER NOTES;
       71         OPTIONS NOTES STIMER SOURCE NOSYNTAXCHECK;
       72         
       73         %let lname=Churchhill;
       74         %let state=VA;
       75         
       76         options MPRINT;
       77         
       78         %let dirdata=/folders/myfolders;
       79         libname perm "&dirdata";
       80         run;
       81         %macro church2(lname=, state=);
       82         data churchdata;
       83         set churchdata"&dirdata";
       84         if &lname.=Churchhill and &state.=VA then do;
       85         call symput('Churchhill',&lname.);
       86         call symput('VA',&state.);
       87         end;
       88         title "The donors with surname &lname and from the state &state";
       89         proc print data=churchdata;
       90         run;
       91         title;
       92         %mend church2;
       93         
       94         %church2(lname=Churchhill,state=VA);
       95         
       96         OPTIONS NONOTES NOSTIMER NOSOURCE NOSYNTAXCHECK;
       97         ODS HTML CLOSE;
       98         &GRAPHTERM; ;*';*";*/;RUN;QUIT;
       99         QUIT;RUN;
       100        ODS HTML5 (ID=WEB) CLOSE;
       101        
       102        ODS RTF (ID=WEB) CLOSE;
       103        ODS PDF (ID=WEB) CLOSE;
       104        FILENAME _GSFNAME;
       105        DATA _NULL_;
       106        RUN;
       107        OPTIONS VALIDMEMNAME=COMPAT;
       108        OPTIONS NOTES STIMER SOURCE SYNTAXCHECK;
       109        
       User: sasdemo
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Re: There is no output nor errors

So the real problem is that you are using UPCASE without really knowing what it does.  Here's a program you can use to test:

 

data have;

input original $;

upper = upcase(original);

cards;

Fred

bob

Church

AmY

run;

 

proc print;

run;

 

Frequent Contributor
Posts: 112

Re: There is no output nor errors

Posted in reply to Astounding

input Employer $ Receiver $ Date mmddyy10. Amount COMMA9. City $ Sate $ Zip LastNamePart $ FirstNamePart $;

 

Like this?

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Posts: 112

Re: There is no output nor errors

1          OPTIONS NONOTES NOSTIMER NOSOURCE NOSYNTAXCHECK;
 2          TITLE;
 3          FOOTNOTE;
 4          OPTIONS LOCALE=en_US DFLANG=LOCALE;
 5          DATA _NULL_;
 6          RUN;
 7          OPTIONS VALIDVARNAME=V7;
 8          OPTIONS VALIDMEMNAME=COMPAT;
 9          FILENAME _HTMLOUT TEMP;
 10         FILENAME _RTFOUT TEMP ENCODING='UTF-8';
 11         FILENAME _PDFOUT TEMP;
 12         FILENAME _GSFNAME TEMP;
 13         FILENAME _DATAOUT TEMP;
 14         %LET SYSCC=0;
 15         %LET _CLIENTAPP='SAS Studio';
 16         %LET _CLIENTAPPABREV=Studio;
 17         %LET _CLIENTAPPVERSION=3.7;
 18         %LET _CLIENTVERSION=3.7;
 19         %LET _CLIENTMODE=basic;
 20         %LET _SASSERVERNAME=%BQUOTE(localhost);
 21         %LET _SASHOSTNAME=%BQUOTE(localhost);
 22         %LET _SASPROGRAMFILEHOST=%BQUOTE(localhost);
 23         %LET _CLIENTUSERID=%BQUOTE(sasdemo);
 24         %LET _CLIENTUSERNAME=%BQUOTE(sasdemo);
 25         %LET CLIENTMACHINE=%BQUOTE(10.0.2.2);
 26         %LET _CLIENTMACHINE=%BQUOTE(10.0.2.2);
 27         %let SASWORKLOCATION="%sysfunc(getoption(work))/";
 28         FILENAME _CWD '.';
 29         DATA _NULL_;
 30         CALL SYMPUT('_SASWORKINGDIR',PATHNAME('_CWD'));
 31         RUN;
 32         FILENAME _CWD;
 33         
 34         %LET _SASPROGRAMFILE = %NRQUOTE(%NRSTR(/folders/myfolders/Programs/Week_6/ChenJenli_jc3992_Assignment5.sas));
 35         %LET _BASEURL = %BQUOTE(http://localhost:10080/SASStudio/);
 36         %LET _EXECENV=SASStudio;
 37         DATA _NULL_;
 38         CALL SYMPUT("GRAPHINIT","");
 39         CALL SYMPUT("GRAPHTERM","");
 40         RC=TSLVL('GEOCODE','N');
 41         _ERROR_=0;
 42         IF (RC^=' ') THEN DO;
 43         CALL SYMPUT("GRAPHINIT","GOPTIONS RESET=ALL GSFNAME=_GSFNAME;");
 44         CALL SYMPUT("GRAPHTERM","GOPTIONS NOACCESSIBLE;");
 45         END;
 46         RUN;
 47         DATA _NULL_;
 48         RC=SYSPROD("PRODNUM002");
 49         IF (RC^=1) THEN DO;
 50         CALL SYMPUT("GRAPHINIT","");
 51         CALL SYMPUT("GRAPHTERM","");
 52         END;
 53         RUN;
 54         %LET _DATAOUT_MIME_TYPE=;
 55         %LET _DATAOUT_NAME=;
 56         %LET _DATAOUT_TABLE=;
 57         %LET _DATAOUT_URL=;
 58         %SYMDEL _DATAOUT_MIME_TYPE _DATAOUT_NAME _DATAOUT_URL _DATAOUT_TABLE;
 59         %LET _SASWS_ = %BQUOTE(/folders/myfolders);
 60         %LET _SASWSTEMP_=%BQUOTE(/folders/myfolders/.sasstudio/.images/4e483ce2-cce2-4814-ad43-364ce5bf63bb);
 61         ODS LISTING CLOSE;
 62         ODS AUTONAVIGATE OFF;
 63         ODS GRAPHICS ON;
 64         ODS HTML5 (ID=WEB) DEVICE=PNG GPATH="&_SASWSTEMP_" ENCODING=utf8  FILE=_HTMLOUT (TITLE='Results:
 64       ! ChenJenli_jc3992_Assignment5.sas') STYLE=Htmlblue OPTIONS(BITMAP_MODE='INLINE' OUTLINE='ON' SVG_MODE='INLINE'
 64       ! CSS_PREFIX='.ods_4e483ce2-cce2-4814-ad43-364ce5bf63bb' BODY_ID='div_4e483ce2-cce2-4814-ad43-364ce5bf63bb' );
 65         ODS RTF (ID=WEB) STYLE=Rtf FILE=_RTFOUT sasdate;
 66         ODS PDF (ID=WEB) STYLE=Pearl FILE=_PDFOUT;
 67         &GRAPHINIT;
 68         OPTIONS FIRSTOBS=1;
 69         OPTIONS OBS=MAX;
 70         OPTIONS DTRESET DATE NUMBER NOTES;
 71         OPTIONS NOTES STIMER SOURCE NOSYNTAXCHECK;
 72         
 73         data churchdata;
 74         set "folders/myfolders/Programs/Week_6/churchdata.sas7dbat";
 75         input Employer $ Receiver $ Date mmddyy10. Amount COMMA9. City $ Sate $ Zip LastNamePart $ FirstNamePart $;
 76         if upcase(LastNamePart) = "Church" and upcase(state) = "NY";
 77         run;
 78         
 79         proc print data=churchdata;
 80         run;
 81         
 82         OPTIONS NONOTES NOSTIMER NOSOURCE NOSYNTAXCHECK;
 83         ODS HTML CLOSE;
 84         &GRAPHTERM; ;*';*";*/;RUN;QUIT;
 85         QUIT;RUN;
 86         ODS HTML5 (ID=WEB) CLOSE;
 87         
 88         ODS RTF (ID=WEB) CLOSE;
 89         ODS PDF (ID=WEB) CLOSE;
 90         FILENAME _GSFNAME;
 91         DATA _NULL_;
 92         RUN;
 93         OPTIONS VALIDMEMNAME=COMPAT;
 94         OPTIONS NOTES STIMER SOURCE SYNTAXCHECK;
 95         
 User: sasdemo
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Re: There is no output nor errors

[ Edited ]

I'll only be repeating what others have told you.

 

You initially submitted the following code:

data churchdata;
set "folders/myfolders/Programs/Week_6/churchdata.sas7dbat";
if upcase(LastNamePart) = "Church" and upcase(state) = "NY";
run;

proc print data=churchdata noobs;
run;

The statement in that code:

if upcase(LastNamePart) = "Church" and upcase(state) = "NY";

Two things are happening with that statement. The IF part tells SAS to only select records that meet the two conditions.

The use of the upcase function tells sas to check the values of the two fields after those values have been altered to in in upper case. Thus, if the value were church and ny, it would be checking to only select those records where CHURCH eq "Church" and NY eq "NY".

 

No problem with the state part, but CHURCH doesn't equal Church.

 

Also, there's a problem with your set statement: it should have been:

set "/folders/myfolders/Programs/Week_6/churchdata.sas7bdat";

 

You should have submitted:

data churchdata;
set "/folders/myfolders/Programs/Week_6/churchdata.sas7bdat";
if upcase(LastNamePart) = "CHURCH" and upcase(state) = "NY";
run;

proc print data=churchdata noobs;
run;

Art, CEO, AnalystFinder.com

 

Note: updated my response to include the errors I noticed on the set statement. The location didn't start with a / and sas7bdat was misspelled as sas9dbat

 

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Posts: 13,583

Re: There is no output nor errors


@jc3992 wrote:

Hello everyone,

 

My code is as below:

data churchdata;
set "folders/myfolders/Programs/Week_6/churchdata.sas7dbat";
if upcase(LastNamePart) = "Church" and upcase(state) = "NY";
run;

proc print data=churchdata noobs;
run;

I got no errors nor any output.

Any help would be appreciated. Thank~

 

LOG:


Please learn to use a proper SET statement with something like

data want;

   set lib.churchdata.

...

 

When you use

 

set "folders/myfolders/Programs/Week_6/churchdata.sas7dbat";

the set statement used with a literal path/filename makes SAS create and assign a temporary library and with all of the code SAS studio generates in that case things may get ugly.

 

The warning messages you are getting like this:

NOTE 49-169: The meaning of an identifier after a quoted string might change in a future SAS release.  Inserting white space 
              between a quoted string and the succeeding identifier is recommended.
 
 37         DATA _NULL_;
 38         CALL
 38       ! SYMPUT("GRAPHINIT"
                             _
                             49

are likely happening because somewhere you have managed to get the compiler confused about what role a given quote is supposed to be.

 

 

And since that log has basically nothing to do with the code supposedly submitted it is hard to diagnose.

Frequent Contributor
Posts: 112

Re: There is no output nor errors

I see. Thanks~~

 

I just thought that was the safest way coz I am very familiar with that...

After three days with SAS,

I finally can rest a bit...>"<

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