List Processing Basics Creating and Using Lists of Macro Variables

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http://www2.sas.com/proceedings/forum2007/113-2007.pdf

SGF 2007, paper 113, section: Hands On Workshops

List Processing Basics: Creating and Using Lists of Macro Variables

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File:SGF-Fehd-Carpenter-HOW-list-processing.zip

contains:

  • paper: 113-2007.pdf
  • presentation: 113-2007-ppt.pdf
  • ~100+ .sas programs: used in paper, exercises, and solutions
  • SASv?.cfg: SASv8.cfg, SASv9.cfg, SASv9-ws.cfg, autoexec.sas

See also:

Combinations

RJF2 2011-04-03

todo: combinations of two at a time:

%do I = 1 %to &N.; %Let ItemI = ...; %do J = &I+1 %to &N.; %Let ItemJ = ...; %end; %end;


BibTex for this paper:

@inproceedings{sgf2007.113,
    booktitle={Proceedings of the SAS Global Forum},
    year     = 2007,
    author   ={Ronald J. Fehd and Art Carpenter},
    title    ={List Processing Basics: Creating and Using Lists of Macro Variables},
    note     ={Hands On Workshop, 20 pp.; comparison of methods:
              making and iterating macro arrays, scanning macro variable,
              writing calls to macro variable, write to file then include,
              call execute and nrstr;
              11 examples, bibliography},
    url      ={http://www2.sas.com/proceedings/forum2007/113-2007.pdf}}

References

-- created by User:Rjf2 10:13, 31 January 2009 (EST)

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