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Myurathan
Quartz | Level 8

Hi Experts,

 

I have never worked with datalines before. For testing purposes, I have to create the following table.  

SAS dataset

 

How should I write the code get this table?

 

Thanks in advance

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Kurt_Bremser
Super User

Please post code as TEXT in a "little running man" subwindow.

Post logs or other textual data, where the formatting is relevant, into a {i} subwindow.

Post screenshots (only when necessary, and text can't be copied with copy/paste) using the "Photos" button.

DO NOT USE THIRD-PARTY REPOSITORIES for images. These are usually broken by firewalls that prevent access to cloud services.

The latter means I can't open your picture.

See this example for reading dates from datalines:

data want;
input mydate :yymmdd10.;
format mydate yymmddd10.;
datalines;
2019-04-25
;
run;

PS after reloading your post, I could see the picture.

See this code:

data want;
input cust_id Name $ date :ddmmyy10. minutes circle $;
format date ddmmyy10.;
datalines;
2 Henry 01/04/2014 1780 roaming
;
run;

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Kurt_Bremser
Super User

Please post code as TEXT in a "little running man" subwindow.

Post logs or other textual data, where the formatting is relevant, into a {i} subwindow.

Post screenshots (only when necessary, and text can't be copied with copy/paste) using the "Photos" button.

DO NOT USE THIRD-PARTY REPOSITORIES for images. These are usually broken by firewalls that prevent access to cloud services.

The latter means I can't open your picture.

See this example for reading dates from datalines:

data want;
input mydate :yymmdd10.;
format mydate yymmddd10.;
datalines;
2019-04-25
;
run;

PS after reloading your post, I could see the picture.

See this code:

data want;
input cust_id Name $ date :ddmmyy10. minutes circle $;
format date ddmmyy10.;
datalines;
2 Henry 01/04/2014 1780 roaming
;
run;
Myurathan
Quartz | Level 8

Sorry for the screenshot. The table should look like below.

 

Cust_ID  |   Name  |  Date            |  Minues | Circle

2              |   Henry  | 01/04/2014   | 1780     | roaming  

 

 

Myurathan
Quartz | Level 8
Thank you so so much.

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