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Latest revision as of 21:51, 6 February 2010

sasCommunity Tip of the Day

The families of functions starting with ANYxxxx and NOTxxxx can be used to find specific characters within a character string. However the characters found depends on the translation table used by SAS, and whether the session is run in an ASCII or EBCDIC environment.

You can determine the detected characters for your session using the program found in the see also.

Submitted by Art Carpenter. Contact me at my Discussion Page.



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