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From   Nahid.Tabatabai@dartmouth.edu (Nahid Tabatabai)
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   st: data manipulation
Date   09 Nov 2004 09:15:37 EST

Hi,
I have a simple question. I have a column (x) with integer and non-integer values, such as 2, 2.03. 1, 1.8, .... I want to use this column to identify each record by referring to the integer and alternatively non-integer values. How do I refer to them?

for example:

'an expression'  if x==integer values
'another expression'  if x ~=integer values

In these two examples how do I identify the integer and non-integer values?

thanks,
Nahid 


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