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Macros by Ian Whitlock
This page is dedicated to SAS-L's grandmaster Ian Whitlock.
Notes on searching the SAS-L archives
- search for:
- when looking for his macros, focus on the terminating keyword, without a semicolon; both 'macro' and '%macro' are used in discussions but are not indicative of a post which contains an answer which includes a macro as the solution
- Ian was good about providing a summary line at the top of his responses. Note this term is case-sensitive and remember to include the colon.
- The author's address is or contains: whitloi
- Ian Whitlock <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- for this address the date range is 1996 -- 2003/12/11
- Posting number 182, dated 3 Feb 1996 17:47:13
- Subject: Re: Variables in Multiple Datasets
- Summary: SQL and the SAS system's DICTIONARY files are handy
- Macro_findvars uses data step and SQL left join
- Posting number 670, dated 14 Feb 1996 11:58:17
- Subject: Re: Plotting datetime format with truncated axis values.
- Summary: User formats are easy
- Macro_dtday uses data step and proc format
- Posting number 3963, dated 15 May 1996 16:14:40
- Subject: Re: Print var several times,with diff. f
- Summary: A macro to manage the process of producing prints where variables may have multiple formats is given
- Macro_multfmt uses data step and proc print
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--macro maven == the radical programmer 13:07, 23 May 2012 (EDT)