PROC DBCSTAB TABLE=table-name
- specifies the name of the double-byte code table to produce.
This table name becomes an entry of type DBCSTAB in the catalog that is specified
with the CATALOG= option. By default, the catalog name is SASUSER.DBCS.
- specifies a base type for the double-byte code table conversion.
If you use this option, you reduce the number of tables that are produced.
If you specify BASETYPE=, all double-byte codes are first converted
to the base code, and then converted to the required code. If you have n codes, there are n(n-1) conversions that
must be made.
- specifies the name of the catalog in which the table is
to be stored. If the catalog does not exist, it is created.
- specifies the data for producing the double-byte code table.
Several double-byte character variables are required to produce the table.
Use variable names that are equivalent to the value of the DBCSTYPE system
option and are recognized by the KCVT function.
- specifies the language that the double-byte code table uses.
The value of this option should match the value of the DBCSLANG system option.
- species a text string to put in the DESCRIPTION field for
- produces the conversion tables even if errors are present.
- checks the data range of the input table per code. This
option is used to check for invalid double-byte
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