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When your application executes on multiple platforms, you can determine on which OS your SAS code is running, for example, a Windows Platform vs. a Unix Platform, using the SYSSCP and SYSSCPL macro variables.
%if &sysscp=HP 800 or &sysscp=HP 300 %then %do; X "rm &fileref..TMP"; %end;
Submitted by Art Carpenter. Contact me at my Discussion Page.
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