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jojo
Obsidian | Level 7

dummy question about how to call a macro variable in a title statement. 

 

 
%macro m(name=, data=);
ods listing close;
 
ods rtf file=".../l_&name..rtf";
 
title '&name listing';   *** how can I call the "name" variable in title statement?
 
proc print data=&data noobs;
var usubjid visit result ;
run;
 
ods rtf close;
 
ods listing;
 
%mend;
 
%m(bmi, demo);
 
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ballardw
Super User

Repeat until nauseated:  Macro variables do not resolve inside single quotes.

 

title '&name listing';   

should be

title "&name listing";   

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ballardw
Super User

Repeat until nauseated:  Macro variables do not resolve inside single quotes.

 

title '&name listing';   

should be

title "&name listing";   
jojo
Obsidian | Level 7

Thanks! Should have checked for that. 

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