Generate binary dataset after weighing cases in SPSS

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Hi, I have some variables that are of binary format (0,1) and of which I produce cross-tabs. In the case that there is a weighted variable, SPSS "imputes" some of the values "weighting" them either as (0) or (1). However, there is no way to know which values have been replaced (I cannot find any of the algorithm for this). As I am interested to this new "weighted" dataset, does anyone know how and if this is possible to get? I have tried to simulate it in excel but seems impossible.

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