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sasCommunity Tip of the Day

Did you know that you can determine the nature of SAS files when viewing them on your operating system via their file extension under Windows, Unix, Linux, OpenVMS, and z/OS USS?

Easy/Well-KnownModerate/Not as Well-KnownObscure

.sas - SAS program
.log - SAS log
.lst - SAS list
.sas7bdat - SAS data set

.sas7bndx - SAS index
.sas7bcat - SAS catalog
.sas7bvew - SAS view

.sas7bmdb - SAS MDDB
.sas7bitm - SAS Itemstore

Submitted by Michael A. Raithel, The man who wrote the book on performance.. Contact me at my Discussion Page.

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