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ybz12003
Rhodochrosite | Level 12

Hello,

I'm curious if I could use one PROC SQL step to achieve the two steps result below.  Thanks.

 

data underly1617;
 set underly1621_nodup; 
if year=1617; run;
proc sql noprint; select quote(trim(caseid)) into : UC_1617_list separated by ','  from underly1617; quit;
%put &UC_1617_list;
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maguiremq
SAS Super FREQ

You sure can. You would also need to add a WHERE clause after your FROM clause to subset only 1617 records.

 

Not sure what your data look like though and the number of records. Usually helps to post sample code.

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maguiremq
SAS Super FREQ

You sure can. You would also need to add a WHERE clause after your FROM clause to subset only 1617 records.

 

Not sure what your data look like though and the number of records. Usually helps to post sample code.

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