SAS® on the PC    

MS DOS Statements

SAS Companion for Windows Syntax

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1. Getting PC SAS to Do What You Want, When You Want, How You Want, Jodie Gilmore

2. Practical Tips to Customize a SAS Session, Beilei Xu, Xiaohui Wang

3. Applications for Running DOS Commands within SAS, Na Li [X Commands]

4. Doing More with the SAS® Display Manager: From Editor to ViewTable - Options and Tools You Should Know, Art Carpenter

5. A short simple tutorial on SAS libname statements for SAS for Windows

6. SAS/ACCESS® Interface to PC Files Data Access Demystified, Howard Plemmons

7. File Management Using Pipes and X Commands in SAS, Emily Sisson

8. Creating a DOS Batch File to Run SAS® Programs, David Franklin

9. A Dynamic Approach to File Organisation using DOS within SAS, Michael Tang

10. Applications for Running DOS Commands within SAS Na Li [X 'Copy ''source path'' ''target path '' ']

11. File Management Using Pipes and X Commands in SAS®, Emily Sisson

12. Xamining the X Statement (and Some Other Xciting Code), George Hurley [X Command and macro variables]

13. Pros and Cons of X command vs. SYSTASK command, Irina Walsh

12. Let SAS® Do Your DIRty Work, Richann Watson

13. Quotes within Quotes: When Single (‘) and Double (“) Quotes are not Enough, Art Carpenter [X statement]

14. Using SAS® to Locate and Rename External Files, Lu Gan [File Date Timestamp]

15. Get Control of Your Input: Refer to Multiple Data Files Efficiently, Zhongping Zhai [File Date Timestamp]

16. Nifty Tips For Data Change Tracking Julie Kilburn and Rebecca Ottesen [File Date Timestamp]

17. SAS® and R - stop choosing, start combining and get benefits!, Diana Bulaienko

18. Expand Your Skills from SAS® to R with No Complications, Andrii Korchak

19. A Gentle Introduction to R From A SAS Programmer's Perspective, Saranya Duraisamy

20. R for SAS programmers: It’s different, but friendly, Friedrich Schuster

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