|Date: ||Thu, 28 Apr 2005 21:00:57 GMT|
|Reply-To: ||Rusty Shackleford <rs@NATCHIE.MINE.NU>|
|Sender: ||"SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>|
|From: ||Rusty Shackleford <rs@NATCHIE.MINE.NU>|
|Organization: ||Debian GNU/Linux site|
|Subject: ||Re: Filename PIPE and Datastep DOW loop|
Wow -- this is the most unusual use of SAS I've seen. Why not use a
language like C that has networking libraries available?
On Thu 28 Apr 2005 02:56:26 PM EDT, Matt Pettis wrote:
> I would like to make a datastep execute an external command with an unnamed
> pipe which changes arguments based on data read into the datastep and then
> parse the STDOUT. My first attempts have not been fruitful, as only the
> pipe with the last assigned value gives me output. Can I change the
> filename pipe in a loop in the datastep and parse the output of the pipe in
> a DOW loop? If not, why not, and is there a workaround?
> I think that my problem can be illustrated in the following log with the
> attendant question: why is only the output from the second command output,
> and not the first?
> 239 DATA _NULL_;
> 240 FILENAME NSLKUP PIPE 'NSLOOKUP 22.214.171.124';
> 241 INFILE NSLKUP END=EOF;
> 242 DO UNTIL (EOF);
> 243 INPUT;
> 244 PUT _INFILE_;
> 245 END;
> 246 FILENAME NSLKUP CLEAR;
> NOTE: Fileref NSLKUP has been deassigned.
> 247 FILENAME NSLKUP PIPE 'NSLOOKUP 126.96.36.199';
> 248 INFILE NSLKUP END=EOF;
> 249 DO UNTIL (EOF);
> 250 INPUT;
> 251 PUT _INFILE_;
> 252 END;
> 253 RUN;
> NOTE: The infile NSLKUP is:
> Unnamed Pipe Access Device,
> PROCESS=NSLOOKUP 188.8.131.52,RECFM=V,
> Server: eg-ecomdc-a05.ecom.tlrg.com
> Address: 184.108.40.206
> Name: 207-255-105-093-dhcp.unt.pa.atlanticbb.net
> Address: 220.127.116.11
> NOTE: 6 records were read from the infile NSLKUP.
> The minimum record length was 0.
> The maximum record length was 51.
> NOTE: DATA statement used (Total process time):
> real time 0.07 seconds
> cpu time 0.00 seconds