Sas Error 180-322
Message 1 of 7 (12,397 Views) Reply 0 Likes Accepted Solutions Solution 08-26-2016 08:18 AM ChrisHemedinger Community Manager Posts: 2,256 Re: ERROR 180-322: Statement is not valid or it is used data test; input a b; cards; john 1 megan 2 ; run; proc print data = test; run; Obs a b 1 . 1 2 . 2 Obviously, variable "a" has Thanks. –R_G Aug 11 '14 at 14:01 Does anyone want to offer an answer so I can close this? The log echoes program statements, provides information about computer resources and provides diagnostic information.
Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 03-17-2015 10:32 PM Thank you. And then there are those that cover the very rare events that almost no one will see. Message 3 of 7 (11,497 Views) Reply 1 Like dkb Contributor Posts: 53 Re: ERROR 180-322: Statement is not valid or it is used out of proper order. Here are some papers that help: What's That Note/Warning/Error Mean and How Do I Fix It? https://communities.sas.com/t5/Base-SAS-Programming/ERROR-180-322-Statement-is-not-valid-or-it-is-used-out-of-proper/td-p/203999
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set auto; ratio=mpg/weight; However, SAS flags them as errors because it fails to read the data statement correctly. Did you try batch submitting the program? And all the myriad others. http://blogs.sas.com/content/sasdummy/2016/08/25/error-180-322-missing-semicolon/ more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed
WARNING: The data set WORK.AUTO2 may be incomplete. How to cite this page Report an error on this page or leave a comment The content of this web site should not be construed as an endorsement of any particular In this example, the var statement is correct: proc means data = auto2; var make; run; 8. I even tried to use data step in replace of proc sql but it still says "statement is not valid".
So you may need to check the config file used by your SAS session. Consequently the two correct statements are now errors. 2. In the program editor window, the font color offers a hint that something is amiss. Anti-static wrist strap around your wrist or around your ankle?
data test; infile 'd:\temp\test.txt' missover; input a $ age y; run; proc print data = test; run; Obs a age y 1 john 11 . 2 megan 22 4 10. Correcting this error may eliminate all those that follow. Strategies in finding and correcting errors 1. They invented the numbers and the text, so must know what they mean.
And you can always check the metadata tables in SAS if you need to see if something exists (SASHELP.VTABLE/VCOLUMN). I wonder what sequence of statements would coax the "No simple repair" message into your SAS log? For more some fun information about this common syntax error message, see this blog post: ERROR 180-322: The story of an error message Message 7 of 7 (5,167 Views) Reply 0 Where did that come from?
I inserted a run statement immediately before the PROC and it ran. For more some fun information about this common syntax error message, see this blog post: ERROR 180-322: The story of an error message View solution in original post Message 7 of He didn't even have to climb into his DeLorean and drive 88MPH.
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Looks like that has to be set during SAS invocation. (Even macro haters usually don't turn it off, so I'd be surprised if someone intentionally turned it off). –Quentin May 21 WARNING: The data set WORK.AUTO2 may be incomplete. Hope some one can help me out. Wishing everyone was. –R_G Aug 11 '14 at 23:59 add a comment| 1 Answer 1 active oldest votes up vote 0 down vote accepted Adding a run; statement before proc sql
For example, if we were to run the following program, proc print data = hsb2 (obs=10); var write math; title "printing first ten observations'; run; SAS would not execute the run Consequently, the assignment statement (ratio = mpg/weight;) is invalid because the data step has been terminated, and an assignment statement cannot be used in a procedure. 40 data auto2; 41 set