about @pp@

I saw some codes to use @pp@ to specific table format.

For example,  a= put(mean, best.) || "@pp@"|| put(std, best.), in
output table (proc report, ... display  a/ ....) , mean is on one
line,  and std is on another line just below mean.

The function of @pp@ is obvious from this sample. But where could I
find a link or paper summarizing the special character such as this
one @pp@?

Thanks,
Mindy
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Mindy
9/10/2010 12:35:07 AM
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On Sep 10, 1:35=A0am, Mindy <master2005_...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> I saw some codes to use @pp@ to specific table format.
>
> For example, =A0a=3D put(mean, best.) || "@pp@"|| put(std, best.), in
> output table (proc report, ... display =A0a/ ....) , mean is on one
> line, =A0and std is on another line just below mean.
>
> The function of @pp@ is obvious from this sample. But where could I
> find a link or paper summarizing the special character such as this
> one @pp@?
>
> Thanks,
> Mindy

This isn't a function, it's some characters being concatenated with
the mean and std values.
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inason
9/12/2010 1:05:30 AM
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