Formats ⇒ int[n-widths] int*[n-widths] string[encoding] int[current-layer] bool[digit-grouping] bool[leading-zero] bool int[epoch] byte[decimal] byte[grouping] CustomCurrency count( v1(X0?) v3(count(X1 count(X2)) count(X3)) X0 ⇒ byte*14 string[command] string[command-local] string[language] string[charset] string[locale] bool 00 bool bool int[epoch] byte[decimal] byte[grouping] CustomCurrency byte[missing] bool X1 ⇒ byte*2 byte[lang] byte[variable-mode] byte[value-mode] int*2 00*17 bool 01 X2 ⇒ int[n-heights] int*[n-heights] int[n-style-map] BlankMap*[n-style-map] int[n-styles] StylePair*[n-styles] count((i0 i0)?) StyleMap ⇒ int64[cell-index] int16[style-index] X3 ⇒ 01 00 (03 | 04) 00 00 00 string[command] string[command-local] string[language] string[charset] string[locale] bool 00 bool bool int[epoch] byte[decimal] byte[grouping] double[small] 01 (string[dataset] string[datafile] i0 int[date] i0)? CustomCurrency byte[missing] bool (i2000000 i0)? CustomCurrency ⇒ int[n-ccs] string*[n-ccs]
n-widths is nonzero, then the accompanying integers are
column widths as manually adjusted by the user. (Row heights are
computed automatically based on the widths.)
encoding is a character encoding, usually a Windows code page
rest of the character strings in the member use this encoding. The
encoding string is itself encoded in US-ASCII.
epoch is the year that starts the epoch. A 2-digit year is
interpreted as belonging to the 100 years beginning at the epoch. The
default epoch year is 69 years prior to the current year; thus, in
2017 this field by default contains 1948. In the corpus,
ranges from 1943 to 1948, plus some contain -1.
decimal is the decimal point character. The observed values
are ‘.’ and ‘,’.
grouping is the grouping character. Usually, it is ‘,’ if
decimal is ‘.’, and vice versa. Other observed values are
‘'’ (apostrophe), ‘ ’ (space), and zero (presumably
indicating that digits should not be grouped).
command describes the statistical procedure that generated the
output, in English. It is not necessarily the literal syntax name of
the procedure: for example, NPAR TESTS becomes “Nonparametric
command-local is the procedure’s name, translated
into the output language; it is often empty and, when it is not,
sometimes the same as
dataset is the name of the dataset analyzed to produce the
datafile the name of the
file it was read from, e.g. C:\Users\foo\bar.sav. The latter
is sometimes the empty string.
date is a date, as seconds since the epoch, i.e. since
January 1, 1970. Pivot tables within an SPV files often have dates a
few minutes apart, so this is probably a creation date for the tables
rather than for the file.
date are present
and other times they are absent. The reader can distinguish by
assuming that they are present and then checking whether the
dataset contains a null byte (a valid string never
n-ccs is observed as either 0 or 5. When it is 5, the
following strings are CCA through CCE format strings. See Custom
Currency Formats in PSPP. Most commonly these are all
-,,, but other strings occur.
missing is the character used to indicate that a cell contains
a missing value. It is always observed as ‘.’.