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From the beginning, SAS has had a strong tie to its users – more than 300 people attended the first SAS® users conference in 1976. <br><br>Just as SAS software has evolved over the years, so has the SAS user community. The growth has led the SAS Global Forum Executive Board and SAS leaders to continue that evolution by creating the [[New_Leadership_Council_for_the_SAS_Community|SAS Leadership Council]].  
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From the beginning, SAS has had a strong tie to its users – more than 300 people attended the first SAS® users conference in 1976. <br><br>Just as SAS software has evolved over the years, so has the SAS user community. The growth has led the SAS Global User Group Executive Board and SAS leaders to continue that evolution by creating the [[New_Leadership_Council_for_the_SAS_Community|SAS Leadership Council]].  
 
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When generating random numbers, it is usually recommended that one save the initial SEED used, in case results need to be replicated. This is not easy when using the system clock to generate the SEED. However, one can create a SEED from the system clock using the same algorithm SAS uses.

SEED = 1e3 * mod(round(1e3 * datetime()), 1e6) + 1;

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From the beginning, SAS has had a strong tie to its users – more than 300 people attended the first SAS® users conference in 1976.

Just as SAS software has evolved over the years, so has the SAS user community. The growth has led the SAS Global User Group Executive Board and SAS leaders to continue that evolution by creating the SAS Leadership Council.

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