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maguiremq
SAS Super FREQ

Assuming that's the only date pattern you have.

data have;
	date = input("201904", yymmn6.);
	date_want = mdy(month(date), 22, year(date));
	format date yymmn6. date_want date9.;
run;

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maguiremq
SAS Super FREQ

Assuming that's the only date pattern you have.

data have;
	date = input("201904", yymmn6.);
	date_want = mdy(month(date), 22, year(date));
	format date yymmn6. date_want date9.;
run;

maguiremq_0-1655205359295.png

 

Kurt_Bremser
Super User

We can only supply useful code if we can see the data or have a very clear, unambiguous description of it.

So we need to know, apart from the value you see, the attributes of the variable. Type and assigned display format are essential.

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