I have two Data Bases that store a field room, one has it with leading zeros and one without, the hitch is these rooms can have a alpha charater? any ideas?
I had some 1100 false positives now with this just a 100 or so
I came up with this:
put(input(a.room,best4.),z4.) <> put(input(b.room,best4.),z4.)
I started with:
a.room <> b.room
but with data like:
I am not sure what to try to get them down to the true diffences that I want. TIA -KJ
Just a check, but You know that <> is max in SAS?
In most languages it means Not Equals and from your usage it looks like that's what your using it for?
The MIN and MAX operators are used to find the minimum or maximum value of two quantities. Surround the operators with the two quantities whose minimum or maximum value you want to know. The MIN (><) operator returns the lower of the two values. The MAX (<>) operator returns the higher of the two values.
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