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Macro language is a facility for generating SAS code programmatically. The macro language variables, functions, and statements are interpreted by the macro processor as a SAS program is being parsed at compile time. The text that is generated (resolved) by the macro language can then be interpreted as SAS code and run by the SAS compiler.
In SAS code, macro variables begin with an ampersand symbol ( & ) and end with a period (.) or before any character that cannot be used in a variable name. Meanwhile macro functions and macro statements start with a percent symbol ( % ) and end with a closing parenthesis ( ) ) for functions or a semicolon ( ; ) for statements.
- Before You Get Started: A Macro Language Preview in Three Parts
- Job Security: Using the SAS® Macro Language to Full Advantage
- Paper 252-30: Macro Bugs - How to Create, Avoid and Destroy Them
- Nine Steps to Get Started using SAS® Macros
- SAS Macro Dynamics: from Simple Basics to Powerful Invocations
- SAS® Macro Programming Tips and Techniques
- A Tutorial on the SAS® Macro Language
- Macro statements
- Macro functions
- Macro variables
- Category:Macro Language
- Category:Macro functions and Category:Macro Functions
- Macro Collections
- Macro Language Wish List
- Can you avoid && ..%%?
- Macro Design Issues
- Macro Design Issues Checklist
- Macro Design Issues Second Look
- Macro Design Bugs How to Create Avoid and Destroy
- Call Execute in the Data Step
- Behavior difference on SAS Macro (SAS v8.2 VS SAS v9.2)