Re: OT Differences between Europe and USA
Imagine if Prince Charles was the King of US. They would call him Prince Charlie and his son Prince Bill.
Why do American women wear short sleeves while Europeans dont?
Because the Second Amendment gives the right to bare arms
If the English copyrighted the English language just like people in the US copyright anything they create-
Would we pay 1 cent per word, or switch to Chinese
(because Chinese would be cheaper).
--- On Tue, 9/23/08, Peter Flom <peterflomconsulting@MINDSPRING.COM> wrote:
> From: Peter Flom <peterflomconsulting@MINDSPRING.COM>
> Subject: OT Differences between Europe and USA
> To: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU
> Date: Tuesday, September 23, 2008, 7:27 PM
> Kevin Viel <citam.sasl@GMAIL.COM> wrote
> >(Asterisk) To paraphrase John Cleese, "The
> difference between the US and
> >Britian is that when the British have a world
> championship series, they
> >actually invite other countries" :)
> The difference between Europeans and Americans is that
> Europeans think 100 miles is a long distance, and Americans
> think 100 years is a long time.
> An Irish friend of mine refers to Cromwell as 'recent
> Peter L. Flom, PhD
> Statistical Consultant
> www DOT peterflom DOT com
...Re: OT Differences between Europe and USA #3
And, when "Chuck" ascended to the throne (became king) would we shorten the time-honored
"Long live King Chuck"
>>> Chris Sanders <earlinerd@GMAIL.COM> 12:19 23-Sep-08 >>>
Actually, that would be Prince Chuck.
On 9/23/08, ajay ohri <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Imagine if Prince Charles was the King of US. They would call him Prince
> Charlie and his son Prince Bill.
> Why do American women wear short sleeves while Europeans dont?
> Because the Second Amendment gives the right to bare arms
> If the English copyrighted the English language just like people in the US
> copyright anything they create-
> Would we pay 1 cent per word, or switch to Chinese
> (because Chinese would be cheaper).
> --- On Tue, 9/23/08, Peter Flom <peterflomconsulting@MINDSPRING.COM>
> > From: Peter Flom <peterflomconsulting@MINDSPRING.COM>
> > Subject: OT Differences between Europe and USA
> > To: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU
> > Date: Tuesday, September 23, 2008, 7:27 PM
> > Kevin Viel <citam.sasl@GMAIL.COM> wrote
> > >(Asterisk) To paraphrase John Cleese, "The
> > difference between the US and
> > >Britian is that when the British have a world
> > championship series, they
>...Re: Difference Between PC SAS and UNIX SAS #2
I cannot give a complete list by any means for these two systems but there
are functions listed in TS486 that are specific to windows and afaik, Sleep
is one of these. I suggest that you look at the Companion to the ...
Operating System in the online docs for each of these and compare the two
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...Re: OT: Rename SAS, was: Re: HP-UX performance tuning? #2
jim2stat@YAHOO.CO.UK wrote back:
>Wouldn't it be time to RENAME SAS?
>RENAME SAS=BAS; * business analytics software;
>Any ideas for other future names?
Given the way many users felt after hearing the
'we are now SAS Global Forum with no *user*group* in the name'
pronouncement, how about:
David L. Cassell
3115 NW Norwood Pl.
Corvallis OR 97330
FREE pop-up blocking with the new MSN Toolbar � get it n...Re: Summary of the differences of Base SAS 9.1.3 and SAS 9.2
You heard wrong... check out sascommunity.org, there's a page there
somewhere that describes the differences.
The major things that make a difference to me are XLSX support and improved
hash support, but FCMP and ODS/Proc Template improvements undoubtedly make a
huge difference to many folks.
On Mon, Oct 19, 2009 at 5:17 PM, Jerry <email@example.com> wrote:
> Anyone have the release notes (or a summary of it?) On what the major
> differences to expect from Base SAS 9.1.3 and 9.2?
> From what I heard, there aren't that many differences besides a new
> in...Re: suggest: improve SAS Deployment Wizard for SAS v9.2, phase 2 #2
> From: A Little Birdie
> I just searched the SAS-L archives (should have done that
> first) and found references to these two pages:
> Have you seen this page?
> http://support.sas.com/kb/35/631.html <---<<< NICE!
> It looks like it addresses your needs, and might be something
> nice to add to the SASCo...OT Differences between Europe and USA
Kevin Viel <citam.sasl@GMAIL.COM> wrote
>(Asterisk) To paraphrase John Cleese, "The difference between the US and
>Britian is that when the British have a world championship series, they
>actually invite other countries" :)
The difference between Europeans and Americans is that Europeans think 100 miles is a long distance, and Americans think 100 years is a long time.
An Irish friend of mine refers to Cromwell as 'recent history'
Peter L. Flom, PhD
www DOT peterflom DOT com
...Re: Subj: OT: Re: [HP3000-L] 60 OT: re Minutes Documents on Bush ... #2
> No one ever taught these "tips" in any of the
> classes I took, and none of the typewriters I ever used, and I used a lot
> as I'm a very good typist, had the ability to superscript, and I was typing
> at a bunch of different offices, places that were more likely to have these
> types of features. At the time these documents were supposedly produced,
> the typewriter that was available that had these features cost about
> $20,000, which seems unlikely that this guy would have had one
That's simply not true. IBM Selectric...Re: [OT] FORTRAN (was: Re: [OT] Signed versus unsigned variables, was: Re: TXT2PDF wanted) #2
>|From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Bill Gunshannon)
>|Date: Nov 11, 2013 4:00:16 PM
>|Subject: Re: [New Info-vax] [OT] FORTRAN (was: Re: [OT] Signed versus unsigned variables, was: Re: TXT2PDF wanted)
>|In article ,
>|Norm Raphael writes:
>|>| On 11/11/13, VMS Mangler wrote:
>|>| On Monday, November 11, 2013 10:18:18 AM UTC-8, Simon Clubley wrote:
>|>| > On 2013-11-11, VAXman- @SendSpamHere.ORG wrote:
>|>| > > In article , Simon Clubley writes:
>|>| > >>
>|>| > >>Just like many people automatically use "i" as the first loop counter
>|>| > >>variable in their code without thinking, but I wonder how many people
>|>| > >>today would know the real reason for why we start at the 9th letter
>|>| > >>of the alphabet instead of the first...
>|>| > >
>|>| > > Fortran
>|>| > >
>|>| > The only language in which I ever managed to change the value of 4
>|>| > (or some other small valued integer). :-)
>|&g...Re: Subj: OT: Re: [HP3000-L] 60 OT: re Minutes Documents on Bush ... #2
At 12:25 PM 9/11/2004, Denys Beauchemin wrote:
>For once I agree with you, Wirt; the CBS documents were obviously
>It will be interesting to see if we ever get to the bottom of this
>story. If I were the person who created those documents, I am pretty
>sure that I do not want to be found. I think several laws were broken
>here and the consequences could be pretty heavy for the perpetrator.
Eugene has some notes on this and the possible legal implications on his
blog at www.volokh.com.
>BTW, CBS revealed that their expert is a HANDWRITING analy...Re: OT: SAS and the economy #2
I can't quote exact figures but over the past few years, stories on S.I.
have always stated that turn over is low compared to other firms. Of
course, that does not mean that workers don't leave -- a number of folks on
this list are former employees. The article that Ken mentioned said that
the Institute was probably going to add 1-2% headcount this year which
implies that they are not leaving jobs vacant.
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Re: OT: SAS and the economy
Please respond to
Depends on what the size of SAS is (not sure, but I imagine I could find
out), and what turnover is like (no idea). It may be that they are not
replacing all staff who leave - there are 26 jobs there now, anyone know
many there are in less turbulent economic times?
...Re: Is there any difference between these SAS Code ?? #2
I tried using numeric format but it was giving me similar message i do not
know why ??
On 10/2/07, Jack Clark <JClark@chpdm.umbc.edu> wrote:
> You are likely getting the message because REPEATSN is a numeric
> variable and you are trying to use a character format ($3.) in your PUT
> In your second example, you are using the numeric format (3.) and not
> getting a log message.
> Jack Clark
> Research Analyst
> Center for Health Program Development and Management
> University of Maryland, Baltimore County
> -----Original Messag...Re: SAS 9.2 Phase 2 #2
That is correct -- Phase 2 updates the "Foundation" products (Base SAS, SAS=
/GRAPH, etc.), and also I believe is the first release for BI and some othe=
r server-based products like that. (We don't license these, so I haven't lo=
oked into this in detail.) My understanding is also that the "foundation" p=
roducts must be completely reinstalled going from Phase 1 to Phase 2.
If your bug is in the Problem Notes, you might be able to check there to se=
e whether it is corrected in Phase 2.
From: D T [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 26, 2009 9:33 AM
To: Mike Rhoads; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: RE: [SAS-L] SAS 9.2 Phase 2
Is SAS 9.2 phase 2 the update to the first version of 9.2? I am waiting for=
the update since there is supposed to be a correction to a bug within the =
survey procedures ... can you confirm this? Also, if that's correct, how do=
you get it? I couldn't find an announcement on the SAS website ...
> Date: Thu, 26 Mar 2009 08:23:27 -0400
> From: RHOADSM1@WESTAT.COM
> Subject: Re: [SAS-L] SAS 9.2 Phase 2
> To: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU
> It is now shipping, at least in the U.S. as of last week, or so I've been=
told from reliable sources. (I'm a little surprised they didn't make a big=
ger deal of it at the conference.)
> I don't know about abroad. I've heard that new releases can be...RE: [Info-ingres] Re: Differences between 6.4 and 2.6 #2
Why does this have to be offline? Surely everyone on this group would
be interested in hearing what is being proposed? I'd certainly like to
hear what everyone has to say as it may provoke suggestions for other
areas that need addressing.
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Roy Hann
Sent: 31 March 2005 07:43
Subject: Re: [Info-ingres] Re: Differences between 6.4 and 2.6
"Paul White" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> By the way, I'm participating in a Product Advisory Council for
> SupportConnect next month. If anyone wants to send some comments to
> PAC, send me an email - off line please - comments on functionality,
> performance, wishlists, priorities etc.
You'll be hearing from me, off-line.
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On Mon, 25 Aug 2008 11:10:05 -0400 (GMT-04:00), "Peter Flom"
> Hi Jack
> I don't think I've ever looked at tech support notes ..... where is it?
> Is it useful for browsing?
> -----Original Message-----
> >From: Jack Hamilton <email@example.com>
> >Sent: Aug 25, 2008 11:08 AM
> >To: Peter Flom <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "email@example.com" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
> >Subject: Re: [SAS-L] SAS 9.2 Updat...Re: OT: (becoming OT, at least) RE: MPE-IMAGE marketing #2
Last I knew when living west of beantown, Harvard was running HP3000 systems.
> Alfredo that school wouldn't be Harvard would it? ;-)
> I would love to see all these HP3000s run merrily on though the next
> decade - to the embarrassment of HP...
> I would have to agree with Christian it would take almost a miracle for them
> change their minds -
> I think we ought to count on (and hope for) OpenMPE... But if that doesn't
> happen - well, my 5.5 is good for a couple of decades!
> * To join/leave the list, ...Re: SAS Sample 1728 Was ---> Re: SAS Sample 1727 #2
I am not sure that the SI Tech Support examples should have all the error
checking that Chang wanted to throw in the macro. The examples should be
clear concise and easy to read and get going, as well as be illistrative.
Too much error checking in an example well is just over kill and even
detrimental to an example. However, any code solution on the SI Tech
Support web sit should follow basic rules of good practices and sound
advice. Such as with thier macros having atleast a somewhat good Macro
Look at Example SAS Sample 1728:
The first method well lets say is soooo bad...Re: OT: Cows of a Different Color #2
In 2001 Seattle had Pigs!
DDS Data Extraction
From: Lionel_Teed@TDGROUP.TD.COM [mailto:Lionel_Teed@TDGROUP.TD.COM]
Sent: Tuesday, September 23, 2003 7:08 AM
Subject: Re: OT: Cows of a Different Color
And Toronto had.... Moose!
TD Waterhouse Financial Planning
...Re: OT: SAS Christmas Carol #2
David Ward at SASHelp.com was our composer.
From: SAS(r) Discussion [mailto:SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU] On Behalf Of
Sent: Friday, December 21, 2007 8:53 AM
Subject: OT: SAS Christmas Carol
Here is a SAS program that plays a Christmas carol. It was posted on
the 'L a while ago, but I can't remember who originally posted it. Turn
your works...Re: OT: What I am the Most Thankful For on SAS-L #2
I have to agree with Michael. The 'L' has been a great place to meet some
good people and learn stuff you just can't find in books. It's one thing to
read and learn, but entirely another to apply that knowledge in the real
There are some smart people out there who just don't mind sharing what they
know and graciously helping someone get unstuck from whatever problem they
have. There are others who aren't so gracious, but their presence is needed
to keep everything in some sort of balance. It still amazes me that so much
good support is given so freely. Thanks to...Re: suggest: improve SAS Deployment Wizard for SAS v9.2, phase 2
Subject: Re: v9.2 phase 2, page update
"Make the installation of SAS BI Server easier!"
Just remember that the majority of us are still just installing only
SAS Foundation v9.2, and possibly Enterprise Guide v4.2
My rant/suggestion to Tech Support has been addressed.
I have added notes about my conversation with Tech Support
to this sas community wiki page:
summary: if you have Build # greater than or equal to 28
then you can dispense with ForceInstall.
Ronald J. Fehd, IT Spec
HelpDesk Level 3: SAS
CDC S...Re: Running SAS jobs sequentially in batch mode
> Note that unless you clean up work datasets and any macro variables
created by each production job, subsequent jobs will not be starting in
a pristine environment. It may be a good idea to include a new program
between each production job to kill all work datasets and query
sashelp.vmacro to create %symdel statements to delete macro variables.
Would you be kind enough to give sample statements to do the CLEANING
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From: SAS(r) Discussion [m...Re: SAS/DMS library default library allocations using SAS V8.2 on #2
The library allocations have to be stored <somewhere>, otherwise you
wouldn't continue to get the prompt. You can look under your userid to see
if it's there (though I suspect you've already done that), but a better
question would be directed at the SAS sysadmin--ask them where these
profiles/customizations are stored (the sasuser.profile is the generic
one--your personal one is concatenated along with it). You may be able to
see your session info under your userid tso log (shows usage information),
though off the top of my head I can't remember if it captures al...Re: Difference between Sql Joins and SAS merges ?? #2
Thank you all for the help
On Fri, Aug 8, 2008 at 1:47 PM, Michael Davis <firstname.lastname@example.org
> Hello SAS_learner and other SAS-L Friends,
> I've been using SQL more often in my current job because it
> handles missing values better than PROC SUMMARY and PROC MEANS.
> Best wishes,
> Michael Davis
> Ambler, PA
> On Fri, August 8, 2008 10:26 am, "SAS_learner"
> <proccontents@GMAIL.COM> wrote:
> > hello all I am trying to get my hand wet on SQL joins and in
> that process
> > I
> > tried something like this (below) but
> there is difference in sas merge
> > and
> > Sql Join I used
> ?? Can some body guide me to SUGI paper which has
> > explanation
> of both SAS merges and Sql Joins side by Side thanks
> proc sql ;
> > create table miles as
> > select
> salcomps.empid ,lastname , newsals.salary, newsalary
> from sasuser.salcomps, sasuser.newsals
> > where salcomps.empid =
> > order by 2 ;
> > quit;
> > proc sort data = sasuser.salcomps out = salcomps ;
> > by
> empid ;
> > run;
> > Proc Sort data =