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#### Re: Puzzle: Converting 1-10 to 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 #4

```Nice! But you assume string is a macro var. What about string
is a data step var and the dataset has many records?

On Fri, 3 Oct 2008 16:22:31 -0500, ./ ADD NAME=Data _null_,
<iebupdte@GMAIL.COM> wrote:

>All positive ranges?
>
>Thinking about a way to get SAS to do most of the work this is what I
>came up with....
>
>7227  %let string = 1-10,21,22,30-35,40,41;
>7228  data _null_;
>7229     length newstring \$256;
>7230     do _n_ = %qsysfunc(tranwrd(%superq(string),-,%str( to )));
>7231        newstring = catx(',',newstring,_n_);
>7232        end;
>7233     put 'NOTE: ' newstring=;
>7234     run;
>
>NOTE: newstring=1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,21,22,30,31,32,33,34,35,40,41
>
>
>
>On 10/3/08, Paul Walker <walker.627@osu.edu> wrote:
>> What is the best way to convert a string like 1-10 to a string like
>> 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10?  The string is stored as a variable in a datastep.
>> I am looking for a function that could be called like this maybe.
>>
>> data _null_;
>>  string = '1-10';
>>  newstring = function(string);
>> run;
>>
>> Add a twist to the puzzle: what if I mixed and matched.  For example, a
>> string 1-10,21,22,30-35,40,41.
>>
>> data _null_;
>>  string = '1-10,21,22,30-35,40,41';
>>  newstring = function(string);
>> run;
>>
>> newstring = 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,21,22,30,31,32,33,34,35,40,41
>>
>> You get the idea.  Any suggestions for the function?
>>
>> - Paul
>>
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Hi, > >> It's almost up. There are some issues with installing software as > >> we don't have the media in a compatible form yet. We also don't > >> have Sun CC, and we need to purchase a licence if we need to > >> support Sun CC. > > Ok, that's fine - thanks for the update. I think some other folks > (e.g., LMCO ATL and Remedy) have Solaris 9/10 and Sun CC, so we may > not need to worry about running Sun CC on our machine. Johnny/Gautam, > can you folks please confirm/deny whether you've got Sun CC on Solaris > 9/10? We are running SunCC (Forte 8) on Solaris 8. We have Solaris 9 available, but have had no time to install it on our build system. Johnny ...

Re: [ace-users]: ACE 5.4.2 and ACE 5.4.3 compile failed on Solaris 9 x86 and Solaris 10 x86 #2
Johnny- > > > > ACE VERSION: 5.4.3 > > > > > > > > HOST MACHINE and OPERATING SYSTEM: > > > > Solaris10 X86 > > > > TARGET MACHINE and OPERATING SYSTEM, if different from HOST: > > > > COMPILER NAME AND VERSION (AND PATCHLEVEL): > > > > Compiler: SUN CC 5.6 > > ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ > > > > I don't think the DOC group supports this compiler anymore.. More > > particularly this compiler is buggy and you may land up with > > unresolved > > symbols even if you get past this part. > > I missed the compiler version. But, Forte 8 gives output of SUN C++ 5.5. Hmm.. Then I could be wrong. Then we need to fix the config files for SUN CC to use implicit templates for anything including and above FORTE 8. > Maybe we should add a check to one of the Sun config file to check the SUN > CC version? Something like: > > // Forte 6 is the oldest Forte version we sopport > #if __SUNPRO_CC < 0x530 > # error Your SUN CC compiler is too old, upgrade to a newer version > #endif Much better. Thanks Bala ...

Re: [ace-users]: ACE 5.4.2 and ACE 5.4.3 compile failed on Solaris 9 x86 and Solaris 10 x86 #2
Hi > > ACE VERSION: 5.4.3 > > > > HOST MACHINE and OPERATING SYSTEM: > > Solaris10 X86 > > TARGET MACHINE and OPERATING SYSTEM, if different from HOST: > > COMPILER NAME AND VERSION (AND PATCHLEVEL): > > Compiler: SUN CC 5.6 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I don't think the DOC group supports this compiler anymore.. More particularly this compiler is buggy and you may land up with unresolved symbols even if you get past this part. My \$0.02. Thanks Bala > > Make: GNU make 3.80 > > > > CONTENTS OF \$ACE_ROOT/ace/config.h [if you use a link to a > > platform- > > specific file, simply state which one]: > > #include "ace/config-sunos5.9.h" > > > > CONTENTS OF \$ACE_ROOT/include/makeinclude/platform_macros.GNU > > (unless > > this isn't used in this case, e.g., with Microsoft Visual C++): > > include \$(ACE_ROOT)/include/makeinclude/platform_sunos5_sunc++.GNU > > > > > > CONTENTS OF \$ACE_ROOT/bin/MakeProjectCreator/config/default.features > > (used by MPC when you generate your own makefiles): > > > > AREA/CLASS/EXAMPLE AFFECTED: > > [What example failed? What module failed to compile?] > > "ace/OS_NS_sys_stat.cpp" > > > > DOES THE ...

RE: [ace-users]: ACE 5.4.2 and ACE 5.4.3 compile failed on Solaris 9 x86 and Solaris 10 x86 #2
Hi, > > > ACE VERSION: 5.4.3 > > > > > > HOST MACHINE and OPERATING SYSTEM: > > > Solaris10 X86 > > > TARGET MACHINE and OPERATING SYSTEM, if different from HOST: > > > COMPILER NAME AND VERSION (AND PATCHLEVEL): > > > Compiler: SUN CC 5.6 > ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ > > I don't think the DOC group supports this compiler anymore.. More > particularly this compiler is buggy and you may land up with > unresolved > symbols even if you get past this part. I missed the compiler version. But, Forte 8 gives output of SUN C++ 5.5. Maybe we should add a check to one of the Sun config file to check the SUN CC version? Something like: // Forte 6 is the oldest Forte version we sopport #if __SUNPRO_CC < 0x530 # error Your SUN CC compiler is too old, upgrade to a newer version #endif Johnny ...

RE: [ace-users]: ACE 5.4.2 and ACE 5.4.3 compile failed on Solaris 9 x86 and Solaris 10 x86 #2
Hi, > > > I don't think the DOC group supports this compiler anymore.. More > > > particularly this compiler is buggy and you may land up with > > > unresolved > > > symbols even if you get past this part. > > > > I missed the compiler version. But, Forte 8 gives output of > SUN C++ 5.5. Ok, the problem is in platform_sunos5_sunc++.GNU, when a not known forte version is found, it defaults to explicit. I am updating right now, for 4.2 and 5.3 we default to explicit, for all others to implicit Qinghuajin and other Forte 9 users, you can work around this by added the following line to your platform_macros.GNU file. templates = implicit Regards, Johnny Willemsen Remedy IT Leeghwaterstraat 25 2811 DT Reeuwijk The Netherlands www.theaceorb.nl / www.remedy.nl ...

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