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You can estimate the future size of a SAS data set with my handy SIZE_THE_DATA SAS sample program Sample 25289: Determine the Size of SAS Data Sets on PC, UNIX, VAX and Linux Servers.

This program might be just what you need to determine if you have enough space for that tidal wave of SAS data headed your way!


Submitted by Michael A. Raithel, The man who wrote the book on performance.. Contact me at my Discussion Page.



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