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Siddhartha
Calcite | Level 5
I have four columns named prd_grp,prd-subgroup,prd_desc and
loan_amount.
The output columns in sequence are: Item Total Loan_amount
The data is as follows:

prd_grp prd_subgroup prd_desc loan_amount


ASSETS All_Other Loans 234
ASSETS All_Other abc 345
ASSETS All_Other Quoted_Shares 213
LIABILIITES Deposits Current_Deposs 435
LIABILIITES Deposits Fixed 325
LIABILIITES Deposits NIDs & Repos 256
LIABILIITES Deposits Savings 218

I want the output with Item,total and loan_amount columns:
Below is the output I needed


Item Total Loan_amount


ASSETS
All_Other
Loans 234
abc 345
Quoted_Shares Held 213
Total 692
LIABILIITES
Deposits
Current Deposits 435
Fixed 325
NIDs & Repos 256
Savings 218
Total 1234


Can anone help me on this,as this is critical.
Thanks in advance.
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Cynthia_sas
SAS Super FREQ
Hi:
This question has already been asked and answered both times that you posted it in the SAS Procedures forum and in the ODS forum. Did you try any of the previously posted code?

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