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Re: Reading in multiple raw data files with headers

Dear Katherine,

Departing from your code I would propose the following *untested* amendment:

data allfiles;
  infile 'C:\sasdata\file*.txt' dlm='09'x firstobs=2 eov=newfile missover;
  retain time 1;
  if newfile then do; * First record of each next, not first file;
    newfile=0; * Is this really necessary? Not auto-0 next record? ;
    time+1;
    INPUT; * Skip each first line of new file, no variables specified;
  end;
  ELSE input var1 var2 var3 var4 var5; * Read the variables as desired;
run;

Try this and tell us whether it works.

Regards - Jim.
--
Jim Groeneveld, Netherlands
Statistician, SAS consultant
home.hccnet.nl/jim.groeneveld


On Fri, 19 May 2006 14:36:23 +1000, Katherine Smith
<katherine.smith@MCRI.EDU.AU> wrote:

>Hello all,
>
>I am trying to read in and stack multiple raw data files (file1, file2
>etc)which contain the same variables (var1, var2 etc) but refer to
>different time periods. I also want to add a variable to the final dataset
>so that I can tell which file an observation originally came from. The
>following program works fine when I try to read in text files without a
>line of variable names at the top (omitting the firstobs=2 option).
>However, I get 'invalid data' error messages when I try to read in
>tab-delimited text files with a line of variable names at the top.
>
>data allfiles;
>    infile 'C:\sasdata\file*.txt' dlm='09'x firstobs=2 eov=newfile missover;
>    input var1 var2 var3 var4 var5;
>    retain time 1;
>    if newfile then do;
>         newfile=0;
>         time+1;
>    end;
>run;
>
>The error message refers to the first line of each of file2, file3 etc.I
>conclude that SAS only applies the firstobs=2 observation ONCE when reading
>in and stacking multiple files. Is there any way that I can fix this
>problem apart from going through the text files and manually deleting the
>line of variable names for each file?
>
>I'm using SAS version 8.2.
>
>Many thanks,
>
>Katherine
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