```Date: Tue, 6 Mar 2007 04:37:53 -0800 Reply-To: Albert-jan Roskam Sender: "SPSSX(r) Discussion" From: Albert-jan Roskam Subject: Re: Looping and merging syntax support Comments: To: Richard Ristow In-Reply-To: <7.0.1.0.2.20070306001544.03718340@mindspring.com> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Alternatively, do repeat #x = x1 to x22 / #y = y1 to x22. compute #x = #y. end repeat print. Maybe I had too much coffee today, but wouldn't a simple RENAME VARIABLES also do what you want? Cheers! Albert-Jan --- Richard Ristow wrote: > At 10:24 PM 3/5/2007, Manmit Shrimali wrote: > > >1. Create a vector that contains information of > variable X1 to X22. > >Variables are in order. So I believe I will write > vector X=X1 to X22. > > Exactly. > VECTOR X=X1 TO X22. > > >2. Create another vector that contains information > of variable Y1 to > >Y22 so it will be vector Y=Y1 to Y22. > > Again, exactly: > VECTOR Y=Y1 TO Y22. > > >3. In every cell cell of X I want to inpute value > of Y i.e. X1 should > >have value of Y1, X2 should have value of Y2, X3 > should have value of > >Y3. > > LOOP #INDEX = 1 TO 22. > . COMPUTE X(#INDEX) = Y(#INDEX). > END LOOP. > Cheers! Albert-Jan ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Did you know that 87.166253% of all statistics claim a precision of results that is not justified by the method employed? [HELMUT RICHTER] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ____________________________________________________________________________________ Need a quick answer? Get one in minutes from people who know. Ask your question on www.Answers.yahoo.com ```

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