VALUE LABELS /var_list value ’label’ [value ’label’]…
VALUE LABELS allows values of
variables to be associated with labels. In this way, a short value can
stand for a longer, more descriptive label.
Both numeric and string variables can be given labels. For string variables, the values are case-sensitive, so that, for example, a capitalized value and its lowercase variant would have to be labeled separately if both are present in the data.
To set up value labels for one or more variables, specify the variable names after a slash (‘/’), followed by a list of values and their associated labels, separated by spaces.
Value labels in output are normally broken into lines automatically. Put ‘\n’ in a label string to force a line break at that point. The label may still be broken into lines at additional points.
VALUE LABELS is executed, any existing value labels
are cleared from the variables specified. Use
ADD VALUE LABELS
(see ADD VALUE LABELS) to add value labels without clearing those