Re: Read a variable from Right to Left #5 1551917


Are you trying to squeeze everything in the end part to fit into six
characters? I am guessing this based on the sample output. If these are all
really addresses then you may not always have apartment numbers. Assuming
your question is more general, here is a solution.

data _null_ ;
  length string1 $100 type $6 ;
  infile cards truncover ;
  input @1 string1 $char100. ;
  type = substr(compress(string1),length(compress(string1))-5) ;
  put string1 = type = ;
  cards ;
114, Mills Rd, Apt 202
345 Morris Drive, Apt 345
Chestnut Avenue Apt # 987
run ;

Venky Chakravarthy

On Tue, 21 Mar 2006 14:53:59 -0800, Richie <gsingh24@GMAIL.COM> wrote:

>Hi All,
>I want help to substring a variable from right to left, for eg: I have
>a SAS data set which has a variable Address like.
>114, Mills Rd, Apt 202
>345 Morris Drive, Apt 345
>Chestnut Avenue Apt # 987
>Is there a way I can create a variable say Type like
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