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Re: help with reading ASCII data into SAS #5

Olive,

Try:

data a;
  infile "data.txt" dlm=',' dsd firstobs=2 lrecl=200;
  input site id pid it $ dd itd rtd linkid sp fc dtc dtm u $;
  informat dd dtc dtm anydtdtm19. ;
  format dd dtc dtm datetime21.;
  informat u $10.;
  format u $10.;
run;

HTH,
Art
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On Wed, 5 Nov 2008 11:36:20 -0800, olivesecret@GMAIL.COM wrote:

>I tried Andre's code, that is, do not import data from the hard disc
>by infile statement, but copy all the data directly to sas using
>datalines. You know what? Now it works. So it means there is something
>wrong when I use infile statement to import data from the hard disc.
>Any suggestions?
>Thanks a lot!
>
>
>
>On Nov 5, 1:57 pm, bigD <diaphanos...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Andre's code works for the example you gave ....
>>
>> On Nov 5, 1:20 pm, olivesec...@gmail.com wrote:
>>
>> > Here is my code:
>>
>> >    data data;
>> >     infile 'data.txt' delimiter=',' dsd firstobs=2;
>> >      input site id pid it $ dd itd rtd linkid sp fc dtc dtm u $5. ;
>> > run;
>>
>> > Here is one more obs:
>>
>> > 1,4,1004,"JS",9/27/2008 0:00:00,1,1,57,11,10,10/3/2008
>> > 11:31:17,10/3/2008= 11:31:17,"AVRC\psuggett"
>>
>> > Other obs are similar.
>>
>> > Thank you very much!
>>
>> > On Nov 5, 12:24 pm, Nord...@DSHS.WA.GOV ("Nordlund, Dan (DSHS/RDA)")
>> > wrote:
>>
>> > > > -----Original Message-----
>> > > > From: SAS(r) Discussion [mailto:SA...@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU] On
>> > > > Behalf Of olivesec...@GMAIL.COM
>> > > > Sent: Wednesday, November 05, 2008 8:50 AM
>> > > > To: SA...@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU
>> > > > Subject: Re: help with reading ASCII data into SAS
>>
>> > > > Yes, I did it with delimiter=',' dsd firstobs=2, but was told
invalid
>> > > > data for each variable.
>> > > > Any more suggestions? Thanks a lot!
>>
>> > > You will need to show us the actual code you are using to read the
file if you want more than just a guess as to what went wrong.  Seeing the
log file with actual error message would be helpful as well.
>>
>> > > Dan
>>
>> > > Daniel J. Nordlund
>> > > Washington State Department of Social and Health Services
>> > > Planning, Performance, and Accountability
>> > > Research and Data Analysis Division
>> > > Olympia, WA  98504-5204- Hide quoted text -
>>
>> > - Show quoted text -
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