Try the %BQUOTE function.
%PUT DATE1= &DATE1 ;
%PUT DATE2= &DATE2;
Jensenk@my-dejanews.com wrote in message
>In article <1998062601155500.VAA16236@ladder03.news.aol.com>,
> firstname.lastname@example.org (DNordlund) wrote:
>> >I have a date in a macro variable in the format yymmdd. I need a macro
>> >variable that has 'yyyy-mm-dd' with the quotes around it.
>> >I have got to this point but can't seem to figure out how to get the
>> >around it. Any ideas? Thanks for the help.
>> Do you need to have single quotes ( 'yyyy-mm-dd') around the string, or
>> double quotes ("yyyy-mm-dd") work for you? If you can use the double
>> mark, then just place one at the beginning and end of the string like
>> Hope this helps,
>> Dan Nordlund
>Unfortunately, I need to have only the single quotes. Any Ideas?
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