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wengnez
Calcite | Level 5

Hello,

 

i have a macro code in the following structure:

 

%let Waehrung = 1;

%macro Pruefung (sparte=, Marktsegment=, WAE = &Waehrung);

Data temp.&sparte._&Marktsegment.;
         set temp.&sparte._&Marktsegment.;

run;
%mend Pruefung;

 

It works.

 

But if i add the "if then do; end" like:

 

%macro Pruefung (sparte=, Marktsegment=, WAE = &Waehrung);

If WAE = 1 then do:

  Data temp.&sparte._&Marktsegment._1;
           set temp.&sparte._&Marktsegment.;

  run;

end;

 

If WAE = 2 then do:

  Data temp.&sparte._&Marktsegment._2;
           set temp.&sparte._&Marktsegment.;

  run;

end;


%mend Pruefung;

 

If doesn't work any more.

ERROR 180-322: Statement is not valid or it is used out of proper order.

 

Has someone an idea, why?

 

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PaigeMiller
Diamond | Level 26
%If &WAE = 1 %then %do:
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Paige Miller

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PaigeMiller
Diamond | Level 26
%If &WAE = 1 %then %do:
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Paige Miller
andreas_lds
Jade | Level 19

You need to use macro-statements inside a macro: %if instead of if ...

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