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Tom
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Pasting text as pictures makes it very hard to read.

 

You define table aliases using different two letter abbreviations than the aliases you use in the WHERE clause.

A_Kh
Lapis Lazuli | Level 10

Your ON clause has a typo: It shouldn't be on sc.SIN=ct.SIN, but ON ST.SIN=CT.SIN

 

Reeza
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FYI - the fact that the data from Excel is really only minimal relevant. Once you've imported it, it's a SAS data set. You should take the time to review this to make sure it's occurred correctly, ie variable names, labels and types are correct and values were read in correctly.

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