Hoping this is an easy one..
I defined a field in car file called
SEATSA, it is simply spelling out each of the seats:
SEATSA/A5=IF SEATS EQ 2 THEN 'TWO' ELSE IF SEATS EQ '4' THEN 'FOUR' ELSE 'FIVE';
I now want to count seats BY CAR BY SEATSA, but I want to see all of the SEATSA values for each CAR.
For example for Alpha Romeo I want to see FIVE count 0, FOUR Count 1, TWO Count 2.
Here is my code:
DEFINE FILE CAR SEATSA/A12=IF SEATS EQ 2 THEN 'TWO' ELSE IF SEATS EQ '4' THEN 'FOUR' ELSE 'FIVE'; END TABLE FILE CAR SUM CNT.SEATS BY CAR BY SEATSA WHERE CAR EQ 'ALFA ROMEO'; END
I am not getting the value of FIVE of course, since 5 does not exist for Alpha Romeo.
How do I show FIVE and have a count of 0?
Thank you.This message has been edited. Last edited by: nickz,
You could try something like this.
DEFINE FILE CAR SEATS_2/I2= IF SEATS EQ 2 THEN 1 ELSE 0; SEATS_4/I2= IF SEATS EQ 4 THEN 1 ELSE 0; SEATS_5/I2= IF SEATS EQ 5 THEN 1 ELSE 0; END TABLE FILE CAR SUM CAR NOPRINT SEATS_2 AS 'TWO' SEATS_4 AS 'FOUR' SEATS_5 AS 'FIVE' BY CAR END
nickz, can you try this if it works for you?
SET NODATA = 0 TABLE FILE CAR SUM CNT.SEATS BY CAR BY SEATS AS 'SEATS' ROWS 2 AS 'TWO' OVER 3 AS 'THREE' OVER 4 AS 'FOUR' OVER 5 AS 'FIVE' WHERE CAR EQ 'ALFA ROMEO'; END
Focus, WebFocus 8105 on Windows
Thank you Pku,
This solution is exactly what I was looking for.
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