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yfan777
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi,

I generate a column of id (its variable name is c) from data set one (discrepancy_2016_2) and try to put it for data set two as IF/THEN criteria. Here is my example of code but it doesn’t work. Please advise. 

 

PROC SQL NOPRINT;

SELECT c INTO : cList

FROM discrepancy_2016_2

 ;

QUIT ;

 

 

data discrepancy_2016_last_2;

set discrepancies_20jun17;

IF case_no in "compress(&clist)";

run;

 

Thank you.

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novinosrin
Tourmaline | Level 20

Try

if case no is char

PROC SQL NOPRINT;

SELECT quote(compress(c)) INTO : cList separated by ','

FROM discrepancy_2016_2

 ;

QUIT ;

 if caseno is numeric 

PROC SQL NOPRINT;

SELECT c INTO : cList separated by ','

FROM discrepancy_2016_2

 ;

QUIT ;

 

 

data discrepancy_2016_last_2;

set discrepancies_20jun17;

IF case_no in (&clist);

run;

 

 

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novinosrin
Tourmaline | Level 20

Try

if case no is char

PROC SQL NOPRINT;

SELECT quote(compress(c)) INTO : cList separated by ','

FROM discrepancy_2016_2

 ;

QUIT ;

 if caseno is numeric 

PROC SQL NOPRINT;

SELECT c INTO : cList separated by ','

FROM discrepancy_2016_2

 ;

QUIT ;

 

 

data discrepancy_2016_last_2;

set discrepancies_20jun17;

IF case_no in (&clist);

run;

 

 

yfan777
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi,

 

Thank you for the code. IT works.

 

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