Re: inputing a header with a proc import
As far as I know, PROC IMPORT does not provide a way to introduce header
information which does not appear in the source file.
Also, as discussed in a recent thread here, PROC IMPORT for some reason
does not accept data set options on the output side.
So I think that leaves you with a two-step approach. First, run PROC IMPORT
and just accept the header information it generates by default. Then use
PROC DATASETS to introduce your variable names and labels.
But I remain curious about this HEADER= statement. Can you point to any
documentation for it, or usage examples?
On Wed, 13 Jul 2005 01:19:08 -0700, yahoo.com">email@example.com
>currently there is not a header rows so I need to add a header row with
>the import. Thanks,
On Tue, 12 Jul 2005 19:48:41 -0700, yahoo.com">firstname.lastname@example.org
>I've been trying to import a file while inputing headers. I keep
>getting an out of proper order error when I use the 'header=x; y: z;
>The code is below without the header command. Any assistance would be
>proc import datafile = 'C:\1995.*'
>out = SE1995 DBMS=DLM REPLACE;
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