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MIXED: TYPE = CS and output CS(,)

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MIXED: TYPE = CS and output CS(,)

I am attempting to debug a macro for MI that attempts to parse the CovParm output from a MIXED procedure run with TYPE = CS in the REPEATED statement.  In particular, it is attempting to SCAN with the second argment "CS(,)".  Aside from the issue of misunderstanding the SCAN function (something I once did until Ian Whitlock kindly corrected me on SAS-L), can any recall output of this type?  Perhaps it is from V6 or V8?

 

Thank you,

 

Kevin


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‎10-04-2016 11:04 AM
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Re: MIXED: TYPE = CS and output CS(,)

As far as I can tell, the programmer adjusted the existing code, perhaps through a find and change.  The target was UN(,), which makes sense.  CS(,) would not be necessay since it only has two parameters.

 

I apologize for the confusion.

 

Kevin

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Re: MIXED: TYPE = CS and output CS(,)

As far as I can tell, the programmer adjusted the existing code, perhaps through a find and change.  The target was UN(,), which makes sense.  CS(,) would not be necessay since it only has two parameters.

 

I apologize for the confusion.

 

Kevin

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