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csetzkorn
Lapis Lazuli | Level 10

I am using this code:

 

PROC TABULATE DATA=Temp format= NLMNLGBP.;
   CLASS C1 / ascending;
   CLASS C2 / ascending;
   var M1;
   TABLE (C1='' all='Column Total'), (C2 all='Row Total') * M1='' * (sum='')  / box='Bla' MISSTEXT='';
RUN;

Unfortunately, the pound sign is not always shown. Can anyone see the reason?

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Ksharp
Super User
Maybe the length of format is not long enough.

PROC TABULATE DATA=Temp format= NLMNLGBP32.;


OR

 (C2 all='Row Total') * M1='' * (sum='') *f=NLMNLGBP32.

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Ksharp
Super User
Maybe the length of format is not long enough.

PROC TABULATE DATA=Temp format= NLMNLGBP32.;


OR

 (C2 all='Row Total') * M1='' * (sum='') *f=NLMNLGBP32.
csetzkorn
Lapis Lazuli | Level 10
That's it - Thanks!!!

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