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ablo
Fluorite | Level 6

libname clean "C:\Users\taran\Documents\SaSUniversityEdition\myfolders ";
data clean.patients;
infile " C:\Users\taran\Documents\SaSUniversityEdition\myfolders\patients.txt " truncover /* take care of problems
with short records */;
input @1 Patno $3.
@4 Gender $1.
@5 Visit mmddyy10.
@15 Hr 3.
@18 SBP 3.
@21 DBP 3.
@24 Dx $3.
@27 AE $1.;
LABEL Patno = "Patient Number"
Gender = "Gender"
Visit = "Visit Date"
HR = "Heart Rate"
SBP = "Systolic Blood Pressure"
DBP = "Diastolic Blood Pressure"
Dx = "Diagnosis Code"
AE = "Adverse Event?";
format visit mmddyy10.;
run;

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SuryaKiran
Meteorite | Level 14

Hello,

 

What does your log say, is the libname assigned successfully. 

 

26         libname clean "C:\Users\taran\Documents\SaSUniversityEdition\myfolders ";
NOTE: Library CLEAN does not exist.

Is your log showing this? Then it is clear, that path doesn't exists. Are you trying to read a file in SAS University Editon, then the path you provided is not the right one. You have to use /folders/myfolders/

 

Check this link for more details: https://support.sas.com/software/products/university-edition/faq/shared_folder_access.htm

 

Please post your programs and log in the right place. 

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Thanks,
Suryakiran
ablo
Fluorite | Level 6
Hi,

The log says library clean does not exist.
I am using SAS University Edition.

Thanks

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