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Many [[SAS]] programmers have expressed their curiosity about the reason for selecting 1st Jan, 1960 as the point of reference for the SAS date calculations. There have been several proposed answers by [[SAS-L]] posters such as Mikeeee. Interestingly, the answer is actually provided by [http://support.sas.com/community/newsletters/news/insider/dates.html Rick Langston from SAS].
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Many [[SAS]] programmers have expressed their curiosity about the reason for selecting 1st Jan, 1960 as the point of reference for the SAS date calculations. There have been several proposed answers by [[SAS-L]] posters such as Mikeeee. Interestingly, the answer is actually provided by [https://web.archive.org/web/20080706004217/http://support.sas.com/community/newsletters/news/insider/dates.html Rick Langston from SAS].
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:28, 27 September 2017

Many SAS programmers have expressed their curiosity about the reason for selecting 1st Jan, 1960 as the point of reference for the SAS date calculations. There have been several proposed answers by SAS-L posters such as Mikeeee. Interestingly, the answer is actually provided by Rick Langston from SAS.


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