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The VAR statement is used in several procedures to include variables that are not specified elsewhere in the procedure analysis. The exact purpose, syntax and options for this statement can vary between procedures.
Procedures that utilise the VAR statement include:
- CALENDAR procedure
- COMPARE procedure
- limits the comparison to the specified variables.
- MEANS procedure
- specifies variables to include in the analysis. Omission results in all numeric variables being analysed.
- PRINT procedure
- QDEVICE procedure
- RANK procedure
- STANDARD procedure
- SUMMARY procedure
- specifies variables to include in the summary. Omission results in only observation counts being generated.
- SURVEYMEANS procedure
- TABULATE procedure
- TRANSPOSE procedure