As the first step in the decommissioning of sasCommunity.org the site has been converted to read-only mode.
Here are some tips for How to share your SAS knowledge with your professional network.
SAS Code Syntax Highlighting
/* Highlighted SAS Code */ proc print data = sashelp.class; title "My Title"; run;
Your SAS code goes here
or use the template below.
See the following samples for examples of the highlighting.
- Tips:PROC TRANSPOSE, using the IDLABEL to label the variable created
- Tips:Setting Browser Title with the stpbegin macro
- Get the Metadata Path for the Currently Running Stored Process#storedProcessPath Macro Source Code
- Sample STARTPAGE/COLUMNS Program
The extension also supports highlighting a number of other languages such as XML, SQL, and so on.
SAS Code Template
To create a wiki page with SAS code, enter a descriptive article title here
and click the Add SAS Code button to access the simple template form.
Note: you must log-in or create sasCommunity.org UserID first