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Macros allow you to execute a set of SAS statements with just one statement, and while this alone can be helpful, macros are even more powerful when you add parameters to them.

CALL SYMPUT in SAS

CALL SYMPUT in SAS – Explained

By Subhro | August 27, 2020 | 0 Comments

CALL SYMPUT and CALL SYMPUTX CALL SYMPUT and CALL SYMPUTX…

IN Operator in SAS Macro

How to use the IN operator in SAS macro?

By Subhro | August 15, 2020 | 3 Comments

IN operator is used in the data step to replace multiple OR conditions. However, if you try to use IN Operator in SAS Macro then you will find that the IN operator is not available

eval and syseval

Exploring SAS Macro functions – Eval and Sysevalf

By Subhro | August 8, 2020 | 0 Comments

EVAL and SYSEVALF are the two macro functions that evaluate arithmetic expressions and logical expressions.Use the %Eval function to evaluate an arithmetic expression in SAS macro and use the %SYSEVALF function to evaluate floating-point arithmetic expressions.

SAS Macro Quoting

SAS Macro Quoting functions: Masking Special Characters

By Subhro | March 18, 2020 | 0 Comments

SAS Macro quoting functions are used to resolve these ambiguities by masking the significance of special characters so that the macro processor does not misinterpret them.

SAS Macros

An Introduction to SAS Macro Programming

By Subhro | November 29, 2019 | 0 Comments

Macros can automatically generate SAS codes and allow you to make more dynamic and generalized SAS programs. Macros can help to greatly reduce the effort required to read or write repetitive SAS codes.

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