data a; infile "/home/u35263349/if.txt"; input name$ city$ ;
if city='hyderabad' ; run;
1.which statement works if statetment or where statement in infile statement read the external source data
please find below attachment txt.file
If you run this code:
data a; infile "/home/u35263349/if.txt"; input name$ city$ ; run;
You will see that the value in the data is read as "hyderaba". The length is 8 characters because when you use Input city $; SAS defaults to reading 8 characters. You need to provide an informat longer than 8 OR tell SAS the variable should be longer. So you did not have the value long enough to match your If condition.
This uses an informat to read City as a 10 character variable:
data a; infile "/home/u35263349/if.txt"; input name$ city :$10. ; run;
This sets the length of Name and City to 10 characters when read:
data a; infile "/home/u35263349/if.txt"; length name city $10; input name$ city $ ; run;
The answer is there: WHERE Statement
You only have to READ.
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