## 8 Ways to Calculate Column Total in SAS

If you work with tables, you can calculate the sum of a row or a column. This article will discuss how to calculate…

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# SAS PROGRAMS

## 8 Ways to Calculate Column Total in SAS

## How To Specify List Of Variables In SAS?

## 6 methods to reorder Variables in SAS Data Set

## Determine the log of a variable in SAS

## Append records to an existing file in SAS

## Generate all permutations of elements in SAS

## How to Copy a file with SAS?

## How to delete labels and formats from SAS variables?

## SAS Data Access Functions

Here is the collection of the SAS programs. These SAS programming examples will help you learn and understand various concepts in SAS.

If you work with tables, you can calculate the sum of a row or a column. This article will discuss how to calculate…

In SAS, you can quickly specify a list of variables in SAS statements like KEEP and DROP statements, the ARRAY statement, and the OF operator for…

In SAS, the order of variables in a data set is based on the order in which the variables were created. There are several reasons you may want to reorder variables names in a SAS data set. You can change the position of a variable in a SAS dataset with any of the following statements. ATTRIB, ARRAY, FORMAT, INFORMAT, LENGTH, and RETAIN.

There are multiple logarithmic functions available to determine the log of a variable in SAS. The most used log functions are the natural and common log functions.

The code illustrates how to append records to an existing file in SAS. It can be used to add text to the bottom of an existing file with the MOD option in the FILE statement.

To Generate all permutations of elements in SAS, use the FACT function then determine the permutation using the CALL ALLPERM.

Here is an example of a code that you can use to copies a file byte by byte. It copies the content byte-by-byte so it can be used to copy any file, even pictures! This will work on both Unix and Windows and it’s great for copying files from your SAS session to a place outside of SAS, or vice versa.

To delete labels and format from a variable, use the PROC DATASET procedure and attrib statement.

For the past few years, I’ve been learning SAS and have found that most of the functions I use are available in…