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michtka
Fluorite | Level 6
                1           14.76% 00.00% 12.50%Latin
                2 13   61.90%11   57.89%24   60.00%Caucasian
                7   33.33% 7   36.84%14   35.00%Black
                00.00% 15.26% 12.50%Asian

Hi guys, sorry for the mess of the table have, but i am interested in the last variable (col0) with the value (Latin, Cauc. Black and Asian), and

I am interesting to add a new record heading this table as:

col0='Race' , drug= ' ' , placebo=' ', total=' '

I try the next syntax using INSERT in proc sql (I want to do it in proc qsl) but it doesnt work...any help?

proc sql;

*Add new record;

insert into have

set col0='Race',

Drug=' ',

Placebo=' ',

from have ;

quit;

Thanks.

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Patrick
Opal | Level 21

What about

proc sql;

*Add new record;

insert into have

set col0='Race'

;

quit;

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Patrick
Opal | Level 21

What about

proc sql;

*Add new record;

insert into have

set col0='Race'

;

quit;

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