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Creating a new variable in a dataset occurs within a data step.
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The value of the variable test1 will be “A” for all observations in the dataset new_data and the value for test2 will be 3 for all observations.
Note the use of quotations for a character variable.
You can create constant variables in a SAS dataset that are string or numeric (or any other type).
This example code creates two new variables: a character variable named test1 and a numeric variable named test2.
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