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Patrick
Opal | Level 21
data want;
  set have(obs=10);
run;

/* or also */
proc print data=have(obs=10);
run;

 

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Patrick
Opal | Level 21
data want;
  set have(obs=10);
run;

/* or also */
proc print data=have(obs=10);
run;

 

marymarion
Obsidian | Level 7
why is this not printing out?  syntax?

%macro yatesGunstAnova(
...
%macro save_dataset(df5);
proc datasets library=work nolist; save df5;
quit;
%mend;

%save_dataset(df5);
%mend yatesGunstAnova;

%macro yatesGunstAnova2;
data dsn2; set work.df5;
proc print data=dsn2; run; quit;
%mend;
%yatesGunstAnova2;
Patrick
Opal | Level 21

@marymarion Please don't add new questions to already resolved discussions but create a new discussion. This will also give you more people looking into your new questions. 

For what you are asking here what people likely will tell you:

First write some code without macro that's working. Only then use macro language to make it dynamic. For the code you've shared: I can't see the reason why you are even using macros because there is nothing dynamic. ....any further comment only if you create a new question for this.

 

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