tempereture conversion

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tempereture conversion

hi guys,

can you please point to me the syntax error i am making here: Smiley Happy

I'd appreciate it a lot

data one;

input x1-x24;

cards;

23 45 66 67 56 33

33 4 5 6  77 77 88 23 44 5 6 7 66 77 88 77 66 77

;

data two;

set one;

array x {24}  x1-x24;

array y{24}  y1-y24;

do i=1 to 24;

/*i=1;

do until (i > 24);*/

y{i} =( 5 / 9) * (x{i} – 31);

*i=i+1;

end;

drop i;

run;

proc print;

run;


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‎10-13-2012 05:56 PM
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Re: tempereture conversion

I think your mistake was typing into a word processor.

That thing that looks like a minus sign before the number 31 is some type of emdash character instead.

Also zero C is 32 F , not 31.

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‎10-13-2012 05:56 PM
Super User
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Posts: 7,039

Re: tempereture conversion

I think your mistake was typing into a word processor.

That thing that looks like a minus sign before the number 31 is some type of emdash character instead.

Also zero C is 32 F , not 31.

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Re: tempereture conversion

omg haha,you r right Tom.Spent almost 2 hours trying to figure out what the error was.

Million thanks to you

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