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Latest revision as of 20:32, 17 June 2014

sasCommunity Tip of the Day

Occasionally, for users who are operating from a UNIX server, they have to pass some macro variables from the local system to the remote server. Normal CALL SYMPUT or LET statements cannot resolve this. To ensure proper resolution, the user should use the %SYSLPUT macro to put variables on the server. Here is an example.

%SYSLPUT A = GOOD;


Submitted by Murphy Choy. Contact me at my Discussion Page.



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