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jhusoc
Obsidian | Level 7
Hi all, I run SAS script every day. I get a small table like this: Obs County total_cases new_case 1 A 21 0 2 B 2 2 3 C 1 0 I want it to export to excel. On the second day, I run SAS, and I get another output: Obs County total_cases new_case 1 A 22 1 2 B 2 0 3 C 6 5 Can I export the results to the excel I create on the first day? The excel like this, Obs County total_cases new_case 1 A 21 0 2 B 2 2 3 C 1 0 1 A 22 1 2 B 2 0 3 C 6 5 Thank you all! JH
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Ksharp
Super User
libname x excel 'c:\temp\temp.xlsx' SCAN_TEXT=NO;


/*first run*/
data x.sheet1;
 set sashelp.class;
run;

/*second run*/
proc sql;
insert into x.sheet1
select * from sashelp.class;
quit;


/*third run*/
proc sql;
insert into x.sheet1
select * from sashelp.class;
quit;

libname x clear;

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jhusoc
Obsidian | Level 7

the format is messed up!

jhusoc_0-1619645202372.png

 

Reeza
Super User
You can for a CSV but not as easily for an Excel file. Another workaround is to have a SAS dataset that maintains those old values and each day you append the new results to that table and then export it all out again to the new file or replace the full table in the old file.
Ksharp
Super User
libname x excel 'c:\temp\temp.xlsx' SCAN_TEXT=NO;


/*first run*/
data x.sheet1;
 set sashelp.class;
run;

/*second run*/
proc sql;
insert into x.sheet1
select * from sashelp.class;
quit;


/*third run*/
proc sql;
insert into x.sheet1
select * from sashelp.class;
quit;

libname x clear;
jhusoc
Obsidian | Level 7
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