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Kaladhan
Fluorite | Level 6

Hi everyone,

I'm attempting to export a SAS dataset in CSV format in UNIX. It hangs because the session doesn't have the -noterminal option.

More infomation on the issue that I have :

http://pages.stern.nyu.edu/~adesouza/sasfinphd/index/node15.html

I do not have access to how my program is launched, so I can't simply add the -noterminal option.

Is there any way I could circumvent the problem within my code?

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Tom
Super User Tom
Super User

CSV files are trivial to write without PROC EXPORT.

If you don't need column headers this trivial data step will do it.

data _null_;

  set have ;

  file 'want.csv' dsd lrecl=300000 ;

  put (_all_) (:) ;

run;

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Tom
Super User Tom
Super User

CSV files are trivial to write without PROC EXPORT.

If you don't need column headers this trivial data step will do it.

data _null_;

  set have ;

  file 'want.csv' dsd lrecl=300000 ;

  put (_all_) (:) ;

run;

Kaladhan
Fluorite | Level 6

I didn't think of making my own csv file. It makes sense.

Thanks for your help!

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