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celdelmas
Calcite | Level 5

Hi,

 

I would like to create an attribute map data set as following:

DATA attributs ;
INPUT id $ value $ fillcolor $ lineColor $ markercolor $;
LENGTH value $ 12;
DATALINES ;

multi [Rxxx][Ryyy] CXCC3300 black black
multi [Rxxx][Syyy] CXFF9900 black black
multi [Sxxx][Ryyy] CX009999 black black
multi [Sxxx][Syyy] CX99CC00 black black
;
RUN ;

the values of "multi" are not printed entirely in the data set (it stops after the 8th character) and I cannot use the attribute map in proc sgplot.

It is the first time I get this issue,

is something wrong with the LENGHT statement?

 

Does anyone could give me help on this?

 

Thank you very much in advance!

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DanH_sas
SAS Super FREQ

Move the LENGTH statement before the INPUT statement, and it should work fine.

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DanH_sas
SAS Super FREQ

Move the LENGTH statement before the INPUT statement, and it should work fine.

celdelmas
Calcite | Level 5

Very quick reply!! Thank you!!

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