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Re: '^=' and '~='?
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On Thu, 12 Feb 2009 08:58:21 -0600, Joe Matise <snoopy369@GMAIL.COM> wrote: >Yeah, <> works in PROC SQL, wasn't sure about elsewhere... thanks for >confirmation! Didn't know about the MAX operator, that's interesting. .... hi, In proc SQL, I do get a note saying that: NOTE: The "<>" operator is interpreted as "not equals". In general, i find that we have different sas expressions, mostly identical one another. Still, there remain definite differences among all of these expressions: (1) data step expressions (2) where statement expressions (3) sql-expressions used in proc sql (4) macro expressions this is a less than ideal situation :-) but this may be an inevitable consequence of sas' being around for a long time. cheers, chang ...

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Sorry, I posted under the wrong subject. My friend asked me to post this, she got an error message in processing the XML file. I don't have much experience in working with XML file. Any help is appreciated! On Thu, Feb 12, 2009 at 10:29 AM, Akshaya Nathilvar < akshaya.nathilvar@gmail.com> wrote: > 32 libname erap 'T:\9SOW\AHRQ_E Rap\Data\E-RAP Data\December 2008'; > NOTE: Libref ERAP was successfully assigned as follows: > Engine: V9 > Physical Name: T:\9SOW\AHRQ_E Rap\Data\E-RAP Data\December 2008 > 33 options nodate nonumber formdlim='-'; > 34 /* Program: E-RAP Load XML to SAS with map v2.sas*/ > 35 > /************************************************************************* > 36 Update path and file name below. > 37 > **************************************************************************/ > 38 %let data_path = T:\9SOW\AHRQ_E Rap\Data\E-RAP Data\December > 2008\Raw XML Data; > 39 %let input_file = 035151_12232008.xml; > 40 > **************************************************************************; > 41 > 42 filename xml_lib "&data_path.\&input_file."; > 43 filename SXLEMAP "&data_path.\xml_map_v2.map"; > 44 libname xml_lib xml xmlmap=SXLEMAP access=READONLY; > NOTE: Libref XML_LIB was successfully assigned as follows: > Engine: XML > Physical Name: XML_LIB &g...

Re: '^=' and '~='? #2
No difference that I know of ... SAS has all sorts of things you can use as operators. LT,< LE,<= ne, ^=, ~=, <> in some contexts at least eq, = <<< these actually DO have a difference or two, particularly as relates to assignment I don't recall where the full list is, but http://support.sas.com/onlinedoc/913/getDoc/en/lrdict.hlp/a000202951.htm#a000290128has the list of them usable in WHERE statements (which, IIRC, is slightly greater than that of normal code, as it allows for SQL syntax in ways the rest of SAS does not). -Joe On Wed, Feb 11, 2009 at 4:52 PM, Duck-Hye Yang <dyang@chapinhall.org> wrote: > Hello, > What is the difference between '^=' and '~='? > > Thanks, > Duckhye > ...

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Re: '^=' and '~='? #7
SAS was originally based on PL/1, and having programmed in PL/1,=20 I'm inclined to use the PL/1 symbol for not equals, which is the ^=3D (actually it is not the caret on IBM mainframes, but the not symbol which looks like L on its side). =20 -Mary ----- Original Message -----=20 From: ./ ADD NAME=3DData _null_;=20 To: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU=20 Sent: Thursday, February 12, 2009 9:09 AM Subject: Re: '^=3D' and '~=3D'? Maybe good reason to use mnemonic equivalents. 882 data _null_; 883 a =3D .v MIN .z; 884 b =3D .v MAX .z; 885 ax =3D .v >< .z; 886 bx =3D .v <> .z; NOTE: The "<>" operator is interpreted as "MAX". 887 c =3D .A NE .A; 888 put (_all_)(=3D);; 889 run; a=3DV b=3DZ ax=3DV bx=3DZ c=3D0 ...

Re: '^=' and '~='? #8
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How to extract a string starting with 'abc' & ending with 'xyz' ?
I want to extract a string abc*xyz from a text file. * indicates arbitrary no. of characters. I'm only able to do it when the string has definite no. of characters or the string length is constant: i.e. five or the string is abc????? xyz How can i generalize it for any length of the string? Umesh wrote: > I want to extract a string abc*xyz from a text file. > * indicates arbitrary no. of characters. > > I'm only able to do it when the string has definite no. of characters > or the string length is constant: i.e. five or the string is abc????? > xyz > How can i generalize it for any length of the string? > Have you looked up regular expressions yet? -- Ian Collins. "Umesh" <fraternitydisposal@gmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:1180165551.286397.94860@g37g2000prf.googlegroups.com... >I want to extract a string abc*xyz from a text file. > * indicates arbitrary no. of characters. > > I'm only able to do it when the string has definite no. of characters > or the string length is constant: i.e. five or the string is abc????? > xyz > How can i generalize it for any length of the string? You may want to look for regex, a librarx for regular expressions. http://directory.fsf.org/regex.html Bye, Jojo Umesh wrote: > I want to extract a string abc*xyz from a text file. > * indicates arbitrary no. of characters. > > I'm only able to do it when the string has definite no. of charact...

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How can I do this ? This is the number used in invoice. Thanks. formatInvoiceNo: Format([InvoiceNo],"000000000") Open the report (form?) in design view, and set the Format property of this text box to: 000 -- Allen Browne - Microsoft MVP. Perth, Western Australia. Tips for Access users - http://allenbrowne.com/tips.html Reply to group, rather than allenbrowne at mvps dot org. "swingingming" <ming.mge@gmail.com> wrote in message news:1123566670.327279.83700@f14g2000cwb.googlegroups.com... > How can I do this ? This is the number used in invoice. > Thanks. Thanks. I will stay with your solution. It works fine. Because the invoice number actually consists of other Texts. ...

(patch for Bash) 'vcat', 'vset', 'vfile'
These 3 builtin commands are designed to "dump" and "reload" shell variables to/from file, without going through another layer of interpretation or parsing. In addition to reading/writing simple string for ordinary shell variable, the commands can handle positional parameters and array variables (both index and values). vcat [-0A] [name] > file Writes a shell variable NAME to stdout (inverse of 'vset'). If NAME is missing, then positional parameters are printed. Each value of array elements and positional parameters is terminated by '\0', whereas ordinary shell variable is not \0-terminated unless option -0 is given. By default, only the array values are printed, but option -A will print the array index as well. vset [-0A] [name] < file Assigns a shell variable NAME from stdin (inverse of 'vcat'). If NAME is missing, then positional parameters are set. If input data contains '\0', then it is considered array, and NAME will be converted to array variable. By default, only array values are set, but option -A will set the array index as well. If there is only one string with trailing '\0', then option -0 will set it to regular shell variable. vfile -[rw] [-d dir] [-0A] name... Read (-r) or write (-w) shell variables from/to files of the same name. Internally, it uses 'vcat' and 'vset', so full array content is preserved. vcat [-0A] name > name vset [...

Problem of 'set(gca, 'yscale', 'log')'
I used the following code to plot F. Everything went well until the last line was executed. The warning message 'Warning: Negative data ignored' popped up and the image totally went wrong. I double-checked the values of 'd' and was pretty sure that it was greater than 0. Would anybody please help me figure this out? Thank you very much! N = 1000; t = 3e-9; d = 0.0001:0.01:1; w = logspace(-3, 1, 101)/t; [D, W] = meshgrid(d, w); S = sqrt((D.*((2*pi./W).^2+4*(pi*t)^2).^2.*(2*pi*D.*... ((2*pi./W).^4+20*((2*pi./W)*pi*t).^2+64*(pi*t)^4)-(2*pi./W).^2.*((2*pi./W).^2+12*(pi*t)^2).*... sin(2*pi*D))) ./ ... (16*N*(2*pi./W).^4*pi.*((2*pi./W).^2+16*(pi*t)^2).*sin(pi*D).^2)); F = S*sqrt(N)/t; figure(1) imagesc(d, w*t, log10(F)); set(gca, 'yscale', 'log') I did not get the error with what you had here. It's a pretty picture if you don't change the scale to be logarithmic. You are getting negative values from your log10(F) call however, which I imagine is causing the warning of negative values (in the color) being ignored. You could try setting a different color profile as well - maybe jet or hot for example - this won't fix the negative color problem but may be why your results are not looking how you expect. You could also put in min(1,max(0,log10(F))) to clip your color values to [0,1]. "Yuxiang Lin" <yuxiang@email.arizona.edu> wrote in message <hlg1ud$rof$1@fred.mathworks.com...

Subclassing 'Math::BigFloat' gives 'Unknown round mode' error
I want to subclass 'Math::BigFloat', but I get an 'Unkown round mode' error which I can't find the reason for. I have created a minimalistic example which I hope someone will look at. Here is the output with the error x = 3.14159265358979323846264 x + x = 6.28318530717958647692528 x = 3.14159 Unknown round mode '' at tmp.pl line 18 It occurs when running this file 'tmp.pl' ------------------------------------------------------------------------ #!/usr/bin/env perl use 5.008; use strict; use warnings; use Math::BigFloat::Pi; my $x = Math::BigFloat::Pi->new(); # This addition work fine here... print "x = ", $x, "\n"; print "x + x = ", $x + $x, "\n"; # The addition fails here... $x->accuracy(6); print "x = ", $x, "\n"; print "x + x = ", $x + $x, "\n"; ------------------------------------------------------------------------ And here is my minimalistic 'Math::BigFloat::Pi' module: ------------------------------------------------------------------------ use 5.008; use strict; use warnings; use Math::BigFloat; package Math::BigFloat::Pi; our @ISA = qw(Math::BigFloat); sub new { my $self = shift; my $class = ref($self) || $self; $self = Math::BigFloat->new('3.14159265358979323846264'); # Make it a 'Math::BigFloat::Pi'. bless $self, $class; } ----------...

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