I have a sas dataset with a variable units and the values of the units are displayed alike this when i open the sas data set.
I am using proc report for rtf ods output.
When I run the program with option "ods escapechar='~';"
In the final RTF output the number 3 is not superscripted but displaying as "Basophils(x10super3/u)". I am sure i am doing something wrong. Can any one suggest a way by which, without changing the SAS dataset, I can get the superscipt displayed in rtf output.
When I run this code (shown below), I do get the expected results (superscript, subscript and the dagger symbol). So I'm not sure what's going on with your program. However, I do believe that the correct syntax is:
...note the space between the 'super' or 'sub' and the number to be superscripted or subscripted. If your data does NOT have a space, then I do not believe the "super3" would be recognized and you might have to change the data file so that you were using the correct syntax..