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PetePatel
Quartz | Level 8

Hi,

 

How do I convert the following code extract from SQL to SAS?

I don't believe datediff works in SAS.

 

LEFT JOIN pi_table as pi
ON lo.id=pi.id
AND DATEDIFF(dd,pi.DateStart,ld.TDate)>=0
AND DATEDIFF(dd,ld.TDate,ISNULL(pi.DateEnd,ld.TDate))>=0

 

Thanks 

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Reeza
Super User

INTCK() would be an equivalent function. 

PetePatel
Quartz | Level 8
Thanks Reeza.

For the first part, I tried :
INCK('day',pi.DateStart,ld.TDate)>=0

How would I code the second part which tried to use tdate when DateEnd is not populated.
Reeza
Super User

What does ISNULL() do in your second filter? You have to convert all your functions to SAS functions or explicit SQL Pass through. 

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