Friday, January 14, 2011

Use BYTE function to create special ASCII character, e.g. plus/minus sign

data _null_;
      do i=0 to 255;
            put i= x=;
      put y=;

BYTE function results:
i=65 -- 90 x=A -- Z

i=97 -- 122 x=a -- z

i=33 x=!
i=34 x="
i=35 x=#
i=36 x=$
i=37 x=%
i=38 x=&
i=39 x='
i=40 x=(
i=41 x=)
i=42 x=*
i=43 x=+
i=44 x=,
i=45 x=-
i=46 x=.
i=47 x=/

i=162 x=¢
i=163 x=£
i=164 x=¤
i=165 x=¥
i=166 x=¦
i=167 x=§
i=168 x=¨
i=169 x=©
i=170 x=ª
i=171 x=«
i=172 x=¬
i=173 x=­
i=174 x=®
i=175 x=¯
i=176 x=°
i=177 x=±
i=178 x=²
i=179 x=³
i=180 x=´
i=181 x=µ
i=182 x=¶
i=183 x=•
i=184 x=¸
i=185 x=¹
i=186 x=º
i=187 x=»
i=188 x=¼
i=189 x=½
i=190 x=¾

RANK function results:


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