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Date:         Thu, 21 Mar 2002 18:21:01 GMT
Reply-To:     Tony Harmon <atharmonshirt@REMOVESHIRTSWBELL.NET>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         Tony Harmon <atharmonshirt@REMOVESHIRTSWBELL.NET>
Organization: Prodigy Internet http://www.prodigy.com
Subject:      Re: print control characters on MVS
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ghellrieg@T-ONLINE.DE (Gerhard Hellriegel) writes:

<snip> > > do you mean that: > > 12 options cc=FORTRAN; > -- > 13 > > ERROR 13-12: Unrecognized SAS option name, CC. > > My SAS does not know that option! Ok, that was 8.1 on Win. > 8.2 on MVS host brings: > > 51 options cc=FORTRAN; > -- > 13 > ERROR 13-12: Unrecognized SAS option name, CC. > > as option in the filename statement: > > 52 filename a "int5112.sas.output(test)" cc=FORTRAN; > -- > 23 > ERROR: Error in the FILENAME statement. > ERROR 23-2: Invalid option name CC. > > > > So you seem to have something other than me! I don't know that option > neither SAS seem to know it! > > Could you provide a peace of the code, where you use that > option?

I posted some output using FILE. Here is the output for FILENAME. Unfortunately it's the same...

NOTE: The initialization phase used 0.05 CPU seconds and 3015K. 1 * REVENUE PROTECTION REPORT RVP00006 2 3 FILENAME MYFILE 'SS.TEMP.SSRP.RVP00003.PRINT' CC=FORTRAN ; 4 5 OPTIONS ERRORS=1 PS=60 LS=132 MISSING=' ' ; 6 PROC PRINTTO PRINT=MYFILE LOG=SYSOUT ; 7 *PROC PRINTTO UNIT = 01 NEW; 8

ERROR: Unable to assign filename for LOG=C686050.MYFILE.LIST ERROR: Unable to assign filename for LOG=C686050.MYFILE.LIST ERROR: Unable to assign filename for LOG=C686050.MYFILE.LIST NOTE: The SAS System stopped processing this step because of errors. NOTE: The PROCEDURE PRINTTO used 0.00 CPU seconds and 2947K.

Thanks, Tony


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