Here is the collection of the SAS programs. These SAS programming examples will help you to learn various concepts in SAS.
To get today’s date in SAS, you can either the today() or date() functions. They are equivalent and represents the number of days since January 1, 1960. Datetime() function returns SAS value represents the number of seconds between January 1, 1960, and the current time.
Sometimes, we prefer to sort variables manually with a custom sort order rather than alphabetically or Numerical sequence.The first solution is to create user-defined formats that map the DelayCategory to a number that represents the order in which the records will appear.
You can read zip files in SAS without having to decompress the file first. SAS will first unzip the file and then input the data set through the zip engine.
This post will you to create zip files or unzip files using SAS. There 3 different methods you can use to zip or unzip files. All the method requires that NOXCMD is enabled in your SAS system.
If you want to check if a string is numeric in SAS in a simple and fast way: you can use Verify Function, which returns the position of the first character in a string that is not in the search string.
Often Programmers are required to find if an object exists in SAS for validation or to execute certain codes dynamically. This article will help you to find if a specific object exists in SAS. The types of objects include datasets, external files, open libraries, file references, macros, macro variables, formats, informats, and specific variables in a dataset.
This example shows you how to import multiple excels files with the same variable names from a folder and then merge data from all the
You can calculate the Column total in SAS using PROC SQL, PROC MEANS, PROC SUMMARY, PROC TABULATE, PROC UNIVARIATE, and PROC REPORT and also using data step.
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.