Date: Tue, 12 Sep 2000 14:46:36 GMT
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Subject: Re: Problems with accents
In article <39BE1135.45B5A21E@virgin.net>,
Ace <email@example.com> wrote:
> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > I ve sas612.60 under windows 95/ client
> > I ve SAS.V609T460 under MVS / serveur
> > when I code this:
> > rsubmit MVS;
> > %put é; /*** é equivalent in HTML ***/
> > endrsubmit;
> > in the log I ve got:
> > NOTE: Remote submit to MVS commencing.
> > 3 %put ||;
> > ||
> > NOTE: Remote submit to MVS complete.
> > Where s the problem?
> > I m in ANSI (wincharset)
> > the fonts are under /sas612/core/sasdll/
> > and /windows/fonts/
> > perhaps a bad installation of the client?
> No. Just the difference between the ASCII and EBCDIC character sets.
> need to find the code number of the e-acute in EBCDIC (if it exists),
> then you can use the BYTE function, e.g.
> rsubmit MVS ;
> %put %sysfunc(byte(123)) ;
> endrsubmit ;
It s difficult when SAS put 'Fréquence' (frequencies) in a proc freq
'é' is existing in MVS:
look into the help with the keyword '863' that s the
OEM Codepage 863 Character Set (Canadian-French)
and there s 'é'.
and at SAS support their SAS MVS server is in english and supports 'é'.
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