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Sample Program Libraries
SAS provides sample program libraries for many of the SAS sub-products (SAS/Access, SAS/Connect, SAS/Graph, etc.) that you license. The sample program libraries contain a dozen or so SAS programs that exploit the particular product they are associated with. You can use them as a jumping-off point for writing your own SAS programs using SAS/Access, SAS/Connect, SAS/Graph, etc. Or, you can simply browse them to get new ideas.
You can find these programs in a sub-directory named "sample" under the directory structure for each product. For example, on Windows, the SAS/Access sample program library can be found here:
…while the SAS/Connect sample program library can be found here:
On Linux and UNIX, the sample libraries can all be found in individual sub-directories, beneath:
So, on Linux/UNIX, you would have the SAS program for SAS/Access and SAS/Connect in these respective directories:
Browse the SAS sample programs some time to see if you can pick up new ideas. Or, consider pointing them out to one of your colleagues who is learning SAS.
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