There are a number of statements, options, functions, and programming alternatives that are well suited to controlling how and when all or a portion of a program can be stopped conditionally. Sometimes we want to control the flow of the individual data steps of the program. This may include the termination of a step or even the SAS job itself. There are several exit strategies depending on the objective.
Password Protecting SAS datasets means using access control on your data to prevent unintended access and secure your data. SAS has provided three levels of Access controls over the data and is implemented using passwords.
While working on arrays in SAS, we may need to sort the array in ascending or descending order. In this post, I will demonstrate different methods and techniques you can use to sort an array in SAS.
Deleting all data sets in a library is a very simple task. To delete all datasets in a library, specify the Work library in the PROC DATASET procedure statement, and specify the KILL option.
CALL SYMDEL is a data step call routine which is used to delete macro variables from the global symbol table.
To create folders in SAS, there are a variety of system options, functions, and commands that you can use. These tools can be automated to perform repetitive routine tasks and which avoid manual work and save a great deal of time.
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
The Z w. d format writes negative numbers with leading minus signs. In addition, it also right aligns before writing and pads the output with leading zeros.
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