Date: Wed, 11 Mar 2009 10:52:18 -0400
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From: Nat Wooding <Nathaniel.Wooding@DOM.COM>
Subject: Re: Removing the automatic variable names....
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I agree but I would add at the end of my put statement
@1 ' '
which gets rid of the colon that would otherwise appear there.
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"./ ADD NAME=Data
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GA.EDU> Re: Removing the automatic variable
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"./ ADD NAME=Data
filename OUTFILE 'c:\sasdata\partIIIQ2\irtgen\ref.txt' lrecl=32767;
file outfile dsd dlm='09'x;
On 3/11/09, Keith Wright <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi, please help, I spent all night searching the Internet and reading
books trying to figure out how to remove the variable names. I am not
formatting any specific names, when I use the PROC EXPORT below to send my
output file to the computer, it automatically gives the following with R1,
R2, etc...I do not want these variable names in the output only the values
starting on the second row. I would appreciate any assistance, thanks. I
only want the 1s and 0s and values of Theta not the variable names...
> R1 R2 R3 R4.......THETA
> 1 0 1 0 ........2.5.6
> PROC EXPORT DATA= &OUT OUTFILE = 'c:\sasdata\partIIIQ2\irtgen\ref.txt'
> DBMS = DLM;
> Keith D Wright
> Georgia State Univ.
> Graduate Research Assistant (Dr. Chris Oshima)
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