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Re: SAS Tips From SAS-L Archives January 1996 to May 2006 #5 1554882

Wow, Philip Mason with 81
dwarfs everyone else for
being involved with TIPS.



<again, no efforts for accuracy and>
<very unscientific/nonunduplicated.>

31      Philip Mason
25      Phil Mason
25      Philip & Esther Mason
23      Fehd, Ronald J.
23      Peter Crawford
19      Don Stanley
12      Mark Bodt
11      Karsten M. Self
9       Ian Whitlock
8       Jack Hamilton
8       Sterling Price
8       Terjeson, Mark
7       John Whittington
7       Roger Lustig
6       Andrew Ratcliffe
6       Charles Patridge
6       Lee W. Gilbert
6       WHITLOI1
5       aratcliffe
5       David L. Cassell
4       Alan Churchill
4       Bernard Tremblay
4       Jay Weedon
4       Paul Dorfman
4       Tim Berryhill
4       Tony Payne
3       Anthony Ayiomamitis
3       Arjen Raateland
3       Bruce Rogers
3       Choate, Paul
3       diskin.dennis
3       Gregg P. Snell
3       Huck
3       Karsten Heitmann
3       Pacal
3       Roland
3       SAS User
3       Sigurd Hermansen
3       Wiel Maessen
2       Bassett Consulting Services, Inc.
2       Carina Ortseifen
2       Christian F.G. Schendera
2       David L Cassell
2       Douglas Dame
2       Edel, Christoph
2       Frank Mwaniki
2       FRS-LiteWate
2       Gerhard Hellriegel
2       Greg Woolridge
2       Hockey Richard
2       JP
2       Karsten Self
2       L. Bertolini
2       Lary Jones
2       Michael S. Zdeb
2       Mike Rhoads
2       Nelson Kinnersley
2       Puddin' Man
2       Ray Pass
2       Richard A. DeVenezia
2       Surfaid Email
2       Thomasset Pierre
2       toby dunn
2       Tom Frenkel
2       Ward, David
2       WISSEHSF
1       Abelson_R
1       Alex M. Wolf
1       Andy Kowalczyk
1       Bill Rising
1       Blue Gum Data Analysis
1       bogdan romocea
1       Brad
1       Braddock
1       C. Michael Whitney
1       Chad Worthman
1       Chang Y. Chung
1       Chris Smith
1       Clark Roberts
1       ComputerFAQs
1       David Broughton
1       David L. Ward
1       David Rubanowice
1       David Yeates
1       Diana Noble
1       Don MacQueen
1       Donald Peter Cram
1       Droogendyk
1       Dwight Eggers
1       Earley, Joseph
1       F Joseph Kelley
1       Fabrizio
1       Fang Bin
1       Frank Poppe
1       Frank Schiffel
1       Geode Steele
1       Goldman, Brad
1       hankd
1       Hari
1       hoonaxi
1       House, Laura
1       Howard Schreier
1       Howard Wright
1       Howard_Schreier
1       Huang, Ya
1       Hudson, Spencer
1       Jack Shoemaker
1       Jay L. Stevens
1       Jindal, Shekhar
1       Joe Whitehurst
1       John
1       John Iwaniszek
1       Jonathan Stokes
1       Jules Bosch
1       Kenneth Moody
1       Kevin Thompson
1       Larry Parker
1       Lars Hult
1       Laurie Fleming
1       Lawson, Gavin
1       Lund, Pete
1       Marjorie Roswell
1       Michael A. Raithel
1       Michael Davis
1       Michael Gibson
1       Michael L. Davis
1       Michael Raithel
1       Michael Thomas
1       Michael Walkup
1       Nathaniel Wooding
1       nnever
1       Nya Murray
1       Paul M. Dorfman
1       Paula M. Adkins
1       Penn
1       Peter Flom
1       Phil Julian
1       Prasad S Ravi
1       Quentin McMullen
1       Richard Hockey
1       RICHARD PATERSON
1       rob ashmore
1       Rob Rohrbough
1       Robert Muzny
1       Roger Bolton
1       Ron Mckean
1       Sara Hoogstrate
1       SAS Plumber
1       SASR Discussion
1       Self, Karsten
1       Sloan
1       Smith, Curtis
1       Sober Hi
1       Stewart Ravenhall
1       Stuerzl, Heinr.,DE,Diagnostics
1       Tim CHURCHES
1       Tim Churches
1       Tim Latendress
1       Tjen-Sien Lim
1       Tom Abernathy
1       Tra
1       Ullah, Ahsan
1       Venky Chakravarthy
1       wei cheng
1       Wright, Wendi





-----Original Message-----
From: SAS(r) Discussion [mailto:SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU] On Behalf Of
Terjeson, Mark (IM&R)
Sent: Wednesday, June 21, 2006 9:00 AM
To: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU
Subject: Re: SAS Tips From SAS-L Archives January 1996 to May 2006


Hi Joe,

Keep up the good work.

We look forward to see your next iterations.

A couple of quick greps and a freq for curiosity yielded:


                                         The SAS System        08:50
Wednesday, June 21, 2006

                                       The FREQ Procedure

        The very non-unduplicated/unscientific quick list of TIPsters or
TIPcommenters.


Cumulative    Cumulative
  poster                                      Frequency     Percent
Frequency      Percent

========================================================================
=====================
  Abelson_R                                          1        0.21
1         0.21
  Alan Churchill                                     4        0.86
5         1.07
  Alex M. Wolf                                       1        0.21
6         1.29
  Andrew Ratcliffe                                   6        1.29
12         2.58
  Andy Kowalczyk                                     1        0.21
13         2.79
  Anthony Ayiomamitis                                3        0.64
16         3.43
  Arjen Raateland                                    3        0.64
19         4.08
  Bassett Consulting Services, Inc.                  2        0.43
21         4.51
  Bernard Tremblay                                   4        0.86
25         5.36
  Bill Rising                                        1        0.21
26         5.58
  Blue Gum Data Analysis                             1        0.21
27         5.79
  Brad                                               1        0.21
28         6.01
  Braddock                                           1        0.21
29         6.22
  Bruce Rogers                                       3        0.64
32         6.87
  C. Michael Whitney                                 1        0.21
33         7.08
  Carina Ortseifen                                   2        0.43
35         7.51
  Chad Worthman                                      1        0.21
36         7.73
  Chang Y. Chung                                     1        0.21
37         7.94
  Charles Patridge                                   6        1.29
43         9.23
  Choate, Paul                                       3        0.64
46         9.87
  Chris Smith                                        1        0.21
47        10.09
  Christian F.G. Schendera                           2        0.43
49        10.52
  Clark Roberts                                      1        0.21
50        10.73
  ComputerFAQs                                       1        0.21
51        10.94
  David Broughton                                    1        0.21
52        11.16
  David L Cassell                                    2        0.43
54        11.59
  David L. Cassell                                   5        1.07
59        12.66
  David L. Ward                                      1        0.21
60        12.88
  David Rubanowice                                   1        0.21
61        13.09
  David Yeates                                       1        0.21
62        13.30
  Diana Noble                                        1        0.21
63        13.52
  Don MacQueen                                       1        0.21
64        13.73
  Don Stanley                                       19        4.08
83        17.81
  Donald Peter Cram                                  1        0.21
84        18.03
  Douglas Dame                                       2        0.43
86        18.45
  Droogendyk                                         1        0.21
87        18.67
  Dwight Eggers                                      1        0.21
88        18.88
  Earley, Joseph                                     1        0.21
89        19.10
  Edel, Christoph                                    2        0.43
91        19.53
  F Joseph Kelley                                    1        0.21
92        19.74
  FRS-LiteWate                                       2        0.43
94        20.17
  Fabrizio                                           1        0.21
95        20.39
  Fang Bin                                           1        0.21
96        20.60
  Fehd, Ronald J.                                   23        4.94
119        25.54
  Frank Mwaniki                                      2        0.43
121        25.97
  Frank Poppe                                        1        0.21
122        26.18
  Frank Schiffel                                     1        0.21
123        26.39
  Geode Steele                                       1        0.21
124        26.61
  Gerhard Hellriegel                                 2        0.43
126        27.04
  Goldman, Brad                                      1        0.21
127        27.25
  Greg Woolridge                                     2        0.43
129        27.68
  Gregg P. Snell                                     3        0.64
132        28.33
  Hari                                               1        0.21
133        28.54
  Hockey Richard                                     2        0.43
135        28.97
  House, Laura                                       1        0.21
136        29.18
  Howard Schreier                                    1        0.21
137        29.40
  Howard Wright                                      1        0.21
138        29.61
  Howard_Schreier                                    1        0.21
139        29.83
  Huang, Ya                                          1        0.21
140        30.04
  Huck                                               3        0.64
143        30.69
  Hudson, Spencer                                    1        0.21
144        30.90
  Ian Whitlock                                       9        1.93
153        32.83
  JP                                                 2        0.43
155        33.26
  Jack Hamilton                                      8        1.72
163        34.98
  Jack Shoemaker                                     1        0.21
164        35.19
  Jay L. Stevens                                     1        0.21
165        35.41
  Jay Weedon                                         4        0.86
169        36.27
  Jindal, Shekhar                                    1        0.21
170        36.48
  Joe Whitehurst                                     1        0.21
171        36.70
  John                                               1        0.21
172        36.91
  John Iwaniszek                                     1        0.21
173        37.12
  John Whittington                                   7        1.50
180        38.63
  Jonathan Stokes                                    1        0.21
181        38.84
  Jules Bosch                                        1        0.21
182        39.06
  Karsten Heitmann                                   3        0.64
185        39.70
  Karsten M. Self                                   11        2.36
196        42.06
  Karsten Self                                       2        0.43
198        42.49
  Kenneth Moody                                      1        0.21
199        42.70
  Kevin Thompson                                     1        0.21
200        42.92
  L. Bertolini                                       2        0.43
202        43.35
  Larry Parker                                       1        0.21
203        43.56
  Lars Hult                                          1        0.21
204        43.78
  Lary Jones                                         2        0.43
206        44.21
  Laurie Fleming                                     1        0.21
207        44.42
  Lawson, Gavin                                      1        0.21
208        44.64
  Lee W. Gilbert                                     6        1.29
214        45.92
  Lund, Pete                                         1        0.21
215        46.14
  Marjorie Roswell                                   1        0.21
216        46.35
  Mark Bodt                                         12        2.58
228        48.93
  Michael A. Raithel                                 1        0.21
229        49.14
  Michael Davis                                      1        0.21
230        49.36
  Michael Gibson                                     1        0.21
231        49.57
  Michael L. Davis                                   1        0.21
232        49.79
  Michael Raithel                                    1        0.21
233        50.00
  Michael S. Zdeb                                    2        0.43
235        50.43
  Michael Thomas                                     1        0.21
236        50.64
  Michael Walkup                                     1        0.21
237        50.86
  Mike Rhoads                                        2        0.43
239        51.29
  Nathaniel Wooding                                  1        0.21
240        51.50
  Nelson Kinnersley                                  2        0.43
242        51.93
  Nya Murray                                         1        0.21
243        52.15
  Pacal                                              3        0.64
246        52.79
  Paul Dorfman                                       4        0.86
250        53.65
  Paul M. Dorfman                                    1        0.21
251        53.86
  Paula M. Adkins                                    1        0.21
252        54.08
  Penn                                               1        0.21
253        54.29
  Peter Crawford                                    23        4.94
276        59.23
  Peter Flom                                         1        0.21
277        59.44
  Phil Julian                                        1        0.21
278        59.66
  Phil Mason                                        25        5.36
303        65.02
  Philip & Esther Mason                             25        5.36
328        70.39
  Philip Mason                                      31        6.65
359        77.04
  Prasad S Ravi                                      1        0.21
360        77.25
  Puddin' Man                                        2        0.43
362        77.68
  Quentin McMullen                                   1        0.21
363        77.90
  RICHARD PATERSON                                   1        0.21
364        78.11
  Ray Pass                                           2        0.43
366        78.54
  Richard A. DeVenezia                               2        0.43
368        78.97
  Richard Hockey                                     1        0.21
369        79.18
  Rob Rohrbough                                      1        0.21
370        79.40
  Robert Muzny                                       1        0.21
371        79.61
  Roger Bolton                                       1        0.21
372        79.83
  Roger Lustig                                       7        1.50
379        81.33
  Roland                                             3        0.64
382        81.97
  Ron Mckean                                         1        0.21
383        82.19
  SAS Plumber                                        1        0.21
384        82.40
  SAS User                                           3        0.64
387        83.05
  SASR Discussion                                    1        0.21
388        83.26
  Sara Hoogstrate                                    1        0.21
389        83.48
  Self, Karsten                                      1        0.21
390        83.69
  Sigurd Hermansen                                   3        0.64
393        84.33
  Sloan                                              1        0.21
394        84.55
  Smith, Curtis                                      1        0.21
395        84.76
  Sober Hi                                           1        0.21
396        84.98
  Sterling Price                                     8        1.72
404        86.70
  Stewart Ravenhall                                  1        0.21
405        86.91
  Stuerzl, Heinr.,DE,Diagnostics                     1        0.21
406        87.12
  Surfaid Email                                      2        0.43
408        87.55
  Terjeson, Mark                                     8        1.72
416        89.27
  Thomasset Pierre                                   2        0.43
418        89.70
  Tim Berryhill                                      4        0.86
422        90.56
  Tim CHURCHES                                       1        0.21
423        90.77
  Tim Churches                                       1        0.21
424        90.99
  Tim Latendress                                     1        0.21
425        91.20
  Tjen-Sien Lim                                      1        0.21
426        91.42
  Tom Abernathy                                      1        0.21
427        91.63
  Tom Frenkel                                        2        0.43
429        92.06
  Tony Payne                                         4        0.86
433        92.92
  Tra                                                1        0.21
434        93.13
  Ullah, Ahsan                                       1        0.21
435        93.35
  Venky Chakravarthy                                 1        0.21
436        93.56
  WHITLOI1                                           6        1.29
442        94.85
  WISSEHSF                                           2        0.43
444        95.28
  Ward, David                                        2        0.43
446        95.71
  Wiel Maessen                                       3        0.64
449        96.35
  Wright, Wendi                                      1        0.21
450        96.57
  aratcliffe                                         5        1.07
455        97.64
  bogdan romocea                                     1        0.21
456        97.85
  diskin.dennis                                      3        0.64
459        98.50
  hankd                                              1        0.21
460        98.71
  hoonaxi                                            1        0.21
461        98.93
  nnever                                             1        0.21
462        99.14
  rob ashmore                                        1        0.21
463        99.36
  toby dunn                                          2        0.43
465        99.79
  wei cheng                                          1        0.21
466       100.00










-----Original Message-----
From: SAS(r) Discussion [mailto:SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU] On Behalf Of Joe
Whitehurst
Sent: Wednesday, June 21, 2006 8:20 AM
To: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU
Subject: SAS Tips From SAS-L Archives January 1996 to May 2006


Below is all you need to retrieve the text of the tips from the SAS-L
archives: http://www.listserv.uga.edu/archives/sas-l.html


Tag: From: Carina Ortseifen <Carina.Ortseifen@urz.uni-heidel         .
X-LSVTAG:     SAS TIPS: CURRENT TIME MACRO
 Philip & Esther Mason <mason@NETSPACE.NET.AU>                 31JAN96
SASTIP: LANDSCAPE GRAPHICS
 Philip & Esther Mason <mason@NETSPACE.NET.AU>                 31JAN96
SASTIP: REPEATED FORMATS IN FRAME
 Arjen Raateland <raateland@VYH.FI>                            01FEB96
SASTIP: LANDSCAPE GRAPHICS
 Arjen Raateland <raateland@VYH.FI>                            01FEB96
SASTIP: REPEATED FORMATS IN FRAME
 Don Stanley <dstanle@IBM.NET>                                 02FEB96
SASTIP: REPEATED FORMATS IN FRAME
 "Alex M. Wolf" <wolfam@WERPLE.NET.AU>                         17FEB96
SAS
EIS BUILDER IN 6.11 - A TIP
 Jules Bosch <0006974523@MCIMAIL.COM>                          21FEB96
SASTIP: OVERLAPPING SCL SECTIONS
 Don Stanley <dstanle@IBM.NET>                                 23FEB96
SASTIP: OVERLAPPING SCL SECTIONS
 Tim Churches <tchurche@RENICU.RPA.CS.NSW.GOV.AU>              23FEB96
SASTIP: YET MORE WIN API CALLS
 Roger Bolton <rkbolt@NOVA.MONSANTO.COM>                       27FEB96
SASTIP: OVERLAPPING SCL SECTIONS
 Wiel Maessen <pwcons@ICNS.NL>                                 01MAR96
NEW:
SAS TIPS AND SAMPLES PAGE
 Ian Whitlock <whitloi1@WESTATPO.WESTAT.COM>                   16MAR96
SASTIP: USEFULL APPLICATION OF CALL EXECUTE
 Ian Whitlock <whitloi1@WESTATPO.WESTAT.COM>                   16MAR96
SASTIP: USEFULL APPLICATION OF CALL EXECUTE
 Larry Parker <lparker@WORLD.STD.COM>                          16MAR96
SASTIP: USEFULL APPLICATION OF CALL EXECUTE
dictionary.tables                                              16MAR96
SASTIP: USEFULL APPLICATION OF CALL EXECUTE
 Don Stanley <dstanle@IBM.NET>                                 19MAR96
SASTIP: ENDING AN AF PROGAM
 Philip & Esther Mason <jq62@MAILHOST.CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>         19MAR96
SASTIP: ENDING AN AF PROGAM
 Wiel Maessen <pwcons@CSA.NL>                                  20MAR96
NEW:
SAS TIPS AND SAMPLES PAGES
 Philip & Esther Mason <jq62@MAILHOST.CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>         28MAR96
SASTIP: QUOTES IN SUBMIT BLOCKS
 Philip & Esther Mason <jq62@MAILHOST.CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>         04APR96
SASTIP: EXECCMD VS. EXECCMDI
 Philip & Esther Mason <jq62@MAILHOST.CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>         10APR96
SASTIP: MULTIPLE OUTPUT STATEMENTS WITH SUMMARY
TWB2%Rates%FAR@GO50.COMP.PGE.COM
<mailto:TWB2%25Rates%FAR@GO50.COMP.PGE.COM>
10APR96  SASTIP: MULTIPLE OUTPUT STATEMENTS WITH SUMMARY
 Philip & Esther Mason <jq62@MAILHOST.CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>         15APR96
SASTIP: EMPTY INFORMATS
 Philip & Esther Mason <jq62@MAILHOST.CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>         16APR96
SASTIP: NOEDIT WITH FORMATS
 Philip & Esther Mason <jq62@MAILHOST.CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>         18APR96
SASTIP: FUZZY FORMATS
 Philip & Esther Mason <jq62@MAILHOST.CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>         22APR96
SASTIP: WIDTH=FULL OR UNIFORM
 Philip & Esther Mason <jq62@MAILHOST.CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>         26APR96
SASTIP: PROC UNIVAIATE ROUNDING
 Philip & Esther Mason <jq62@MAILHOST.CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>         29APR96
SASTIP: SIMPLE CHANGE CONTROL
 Philip & Esther Mason <jq62@MAILHOST.CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>         06MAY96
SASTIP: WEEK OF YEAR
 Michael Gibson <michael_gibson@STORTEK.COM>                   07MAY96
SASTIP: WEEK OF YEAR
 John Whittington <johnw@MAG-NET.CO.UK>                        08MAY96
SASTIP: WEEK OF YEAR
 Philip & Esther Mason <jq62@MAILHOST.CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>         09MAY96
SASTIP: FINDING YOUR OPERATING SYSTEM
 Mark Bodt <markbodt@STSS.CO.NZ>                               29MAY96
SAS-TIP: DETECTING VGA / SVGA IN A FRAME
David Yeates <david.yeates@HEALTH-CARE-EPIDEMIOLOGY.OXFORD.   30MAY96
SASTIP: EXTRACTING NUMERIC PART OF STRING AS NUMERIC
 Karsten Self <kmself@IX.NETCOM.COM>                           30MAY96
SASTIP: EXTRACTING NUMERIC PART OF STRING AS NUMERIC
 Karsten Self <kmself@IX.NETCOM.COM>                           31MAY96
SASTIP: EXTRACTING NUMERIC PART OF STRING AS NUMERIC
 Philip & Esther Mason <wood-st@CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>               14AUG96
SASTIP: NATIVE QUESTION WINDOW
 Philip & Esther Mason <wood-st@CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>               15AUG96
SASTIP: USING WHERE CLAUSE BUILDER
 Bruce Rogers <gxx18300@GGR.CO.UK>                             19AUG96
SASTIP: USING WHERE CLAUSE BUILDER
 Bruce Rogers <gxx18300@GGR.CO.UK>                             19AUG96
SASTIP: NATIVE QUESTION WINDOW
 Tim Latendress <TIM.LATENDRESS@LATENT62.CUSTOMS.SPRINT.COM>   20AUG96
[2]
SASTIP: NATIVE QUESTION WINDOW
 Bruce Rogers <gxx18300@GGR.CO.UK>                             21AUG96
SASTIP: USING WHERE CLAUSE BUILDER
 Philip & Esther Mason <wood-st@CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>               04SEP96
SASTIP: MULTIPLE LINE GRAPHS IN 6.11
 Philip & Esther Mason <wood-st@CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>               04SEP96
SASTIP: SPLASH OPTION (6.11 TS040)
 Don Stanley <dstanle@IBM.NET>                                 05SEP96
SASTIP: PRINTING PARTS OF A SAS TEXT WINDOW
 Kevin Thompson <kthompsn@COMP.UARK.EDU>                       05SEP96
SASTIP: DW.S FORMAT FOR # OF SIG DIGITS
 Mark Bodt <markbodt@STSS.CO.NZ>                               06SEP96
SASTIP: SPLASH OPTION (6.11 TS040)
 Philip & Esther Mason <wood-st@CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>               06SEP96
SASTIP: USING TECH. SUPPORT HELP (6.11 TS040)
 Philip & Esther Mason <wood-st@CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>               09SEP96
SASTIP: SAS COMMUNICATIONS MAGAZINE ONLINE
 Philip & Esther Mason <wood-st@CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>               09SEP96
SASTIP: TOOLTIPS ON WIDGETS
 Jonathan Stokes <jonathan@JJT.COM>                            10SEP96
SASTIP: TOOLTIPS ON WIDGETS
 John Whittington <johnw@MAG-NET.CO.UK>                        11SEP96
SASTIP: DW.S FORMAT FOR # OF SIG DIGITS
 Don Stanley <dstanle@IBM.NET>                                 16SEP96
SASTIP: HOW TO AUTO LOG OFF A USER IN FRAME AFTER X MINUTES




"C. Michael Whitney" <mwhitney@STL.ARMY.MIL>                  17SEP96
SASTIP: USING SYSTEM FONT MORE
 Philip & Esther Mason <wood-st@CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>               17SEP96
SASTIP: COLOUR COPYING
 Philip & Esther Mason <wood-st@CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>               17SEP96
SASTIP: USING SYSTEM FONT MORE
 Philip & Esther Mason <wood-st@CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>               18SEP96
SASTIP: CHANGING ORIENTATION OF GRAPHICS (WIN/TS040)
 Philip & Esther Mason <wood-st@CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>               18SEP96
SASTIP: SLEEP/WAKEUP WITHOUT WINDOW (6.11)
 Don MacQueen <macq@JAMIE.LLNL.GOV>                            19SEP96
SASTIP: DW.S FORMAT FOR # OF SIG DIGITS
 John Whittington <johnw@MAG-NET.CO.UK>                        20SEP96
SASTIP: DW.S FORMAT FOR # OF SIG DIGITS
 Karsten Heitmann <karstenh@POST1.TELE.DK>                     21SEP96
SASTIP: SLEEP/WAKEUP WITHOUT WINDOW (6.11)
 Karsten Heitmann <karstenh@POST1.TELE.DK>                     21SEP96
SASTIP: SLEEP/WAKEUP WITHOUT WINDOW (6.11)
 Clark Roberts <dacmr@INTERRAMP.COM>                           03OCT96
SAS
TIP FOR 6.11 USERS
 Nelson Kinnersley <nelson@DIRCON.CO.UK>                       03OCT96
SAS
TIP FOR 6.11 USERS
 Phil Mason <wood-st@CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>                          04OCT96
SASTIP: CURSOR TRACKING IS EASY
 Phil Mason <wood-st@CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>                          04OCT96
SASTIP: DRAG & DROP EXAMPLE
 Nelson Kinnersley <nelson@DIRCON.CO.UK>                       08OCT96
SAS/GRAPH TIP: PRINTING WITH HP LASERJET 5L
 FRS-LiteWate <faith@FRSA.COM>                                12OCT96
SAS
TIPS, SAS-L FAQ(DRAFT), OTHER SAS-RELATED ITEMS
 Tim Latendress <TIM.LATENDRESS@LATENT62.CUSTOMS.SPRINT.COM>   22NOV96
TIP:
INCLUDING AN MVS DATA SET MEMBER IN THE PROGRAM EDITOR
 Tim Berryhill <twb2@PGE.COM>                                  11FEB97
SAS-L FAQ-TIPS FOR SUBSCRIBING AND SURVIVING
 Tony Payne <tpayne@SPS-UK.CO.UK>                              15APR97
SASTIP: Y2K-CONVERTING TWO TO FOUR FIGURE YEARS
 Stewart Ravenhall <s.g.ravenhall@OPEN.AC.UK>                  23APR97
SAS/UNIX TIPS
 Don Stanley <don_stanley@IBM.NET>                             29APR97
SASTIP: DICTIONARY TABLES-DICTIONARY.COLUMNS
 Don Stanley <don_stanley@IBM.NET>                             30APR97
SASTIP: SYBASE IDENTITY FIELDS IN SAS
 Don Stanley <don_stanley@IBM.NET>                             05MAY97
SASTIP: MACRO QUOTING
 Tim CHURCHES <TCHUR@DOH.HEALTH.NSW.GOV.AU>                    05MAY97
NOT-SASTIP: CGM FILES INTO WORDPERFECT 6.1
 Don Stanley <don_stanley@IBM.NET>                             09MAY97
SASTIP: SYBASE VIEWS WITH VIEWTABLE
 Don Stanley <don_stanley@IBM.NET>                             09MAY97
SASTIP: SUGI 22 PAPER BY IAN WHITLOCK ON STEP EXECUTION IN SAS
 Mark Bodt <markbodt@STSS.CO.NZ>                               09MAY97
SAS
TIP:- PROGRAMMATICALLY RE-DIRECTING THE SAS LOG
 "Lee W. Gilbert" <Lee.z.h.g.i.w.Gilbert@UBS.CH>               20MAY97
AW:SASTIP: USE THE SASSFIO ENGINE TO ACCESS MDDBS,
 Phil Mason <wood-st@CITYSCAPE.CO.UK>                          20MAY97
SASTIP: USE THE SASSFIO ENGINE TO ACCESS MDDBS, AND MORE! (6.12)
 Phil Mason <phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                         21MAY97
SASTIP: GRAPH-N-GO SAMPLE APPLICATION (6.12)
 Richard Hockey <richardh@QUOKKA.EPIDEM.UWA.EDU.AU>            21MAY97
SASTIP: USE THE SASSFIO ENGINE TO ACCESS MDDBS, AND MORE! (6
 Jay Weedon <j_weedon@ESCAPE.COM>                              22MAY97
SASTIP: CHANGING DEFAULT ACTIONS IN WIN 95
 Phil Mason <phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                         22MAY97
SASTIP: CHANGING DEFAULT ACTIONS IN WIN 95
 Tom Abernathy <tga1@COLUMBIA.EDU>                             22MAY97
SASTIP: CHANGING DEFAULT ACTIONS IN WIN 95
 Phil Mason <phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                         23MAY97
SASTIP: QUICK ACCESS TO RELEVANT ONLINE DOC.
 Tony Payne <tpayne@SPS-UK.CO.UK>                              23MAY97
SASTIP: QUICK ACCESS TO RELEVANT ONLINE DOC.
 Tony Payne <tpayne@SPS-UK.CO.UK>                              23MAY97
SASTIP: QUICK ACCESS TO RELEVANT ONLINE DOC.
 "Lee W. Gilbert" <Lee.z.h.g.i.w.Gilbert@UBS.CH>               27MAY97
SASTIP: QUICK ACCESS TO RELEVANT ONLINE DOC.
 "Lee W. Gilbert" <Lee.z.h.g.i.w.Gilbert@UBS.CH>               27MAY97
SASTIP: QUICK ACCESS TO RELEVANT ONLINE DOC.
 "Lee W. Gilbert" <Lee.z.h.g.i.w.Gilbert@UBS.CH>               27MAY97
SASTIP: QUICK ACCESS TO RELEVANT ONLINE DOC.
 "Lee W. Gilbert" <Lee.z.h.g.i.w.Gilbert@UBS.CH>               27MAY97
ITEM
PUBLIC:   SASTIP: QUICK ACCESS TO RELEVANT ONLINE DOC.
 "Lee W. Gilbert" <Lee.z.h.g.i.w.Gilbert@UBS.CH>               27MAY97
SASTIP: QUICK ACCESS TO RELEVANT ONLINE DOC.
 Phil Julian <pjulian@MINDSPRING.COM>                          02JUN97
SASTIP: DICTIONARY TABLES-DICTIONARY.COLUMNS
 Tony Payne <tpayne@SPS-UK.CO.UK>                              04JUN97
SAS
TIP: CALL EXECCMD
 Philip Mason <phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       26JUN97
SASTIP: KILO/MEGA FORMAT
 Philip Mason <phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       26JUN97
SASTIP: SAS OBSERVATIONS ONLINE
 Philip Mason <phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       26JUN97
SASTIP: BUILDING SELECTION LISTS
 Philip Mason <phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       17JUL97
SASTIP: BUILDING MODEL/LOOKUP DATASET
 Philip Mason <Phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       24JUL97
SASTIP: USING THE SCL STATIC ANALYZER
 Philip Mason <Phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       29JUL97
SASTIP: COMBINING SMALL VALUES
 Philip Mason <Phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       30JUL97
SASTIP: USE LEFT & RIGHT MOUSE BUTTON ON GRAPHS
 Philip Mason <Phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       30JUL97
IDEA: SAS TIPS COURSE
 WISSEHSF <wissehsf_at_rtp@PPDI.COM>                           30JUL97
IDEA: SAS TIPS COURSE
 WISSEHSF <wissehsf_at_rtp@PPDI.COM>                           30JUL97
IDEA: SAS TIPS COURSE
 Philip Mason <Phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       31JUL97
SASTIP: SWAPPING AFFECTS ORDER OF WIDGETS
Philip Mason <Phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       01AUG97
SASTIP: SPLITTING COLUMN TITLES
 Anthony Ayiomamitis <ayiomamitis@IBM.NET>                     02AUG97
SASTIP: SPLITTING COLUMN TITLES-EXTRA INFO
 Don Stanley <don_stanley@IBM.NET>                             02AUG97
SASTIP: SPLITTING COLUMN TITLES-EXTRA INFO
 Anthony Ayiomamitis <ayiomamitis@IBM.NET>                     03AUG97
SASTIP: SPLITTING COLUMN TITLES
 Anthony Ayiomamitis <ayiomamitis@IBM.NET>                     03AUG97
SASTIP: SPLITTING COLUMN TITLES-EXTRA INFO
 Don Stanley <don_stanley@IBM.NET>                             03AUG97
SASTIP: SPLITTING COLUMN TITLES-EXTRA INFO
 Philip Mason <Phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       04AUG97
SASTIP: USING TABS TO DISPLAY DATA VIA A DATA FORM
 Philip Mason <Phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       06AUG97
SASTIP: USING _FEEDBACK_ IN EXT. TEXT ENTRIES
 Bill Rising <KYPRO.brising@SDPS.ORG>                          12AUG97
SASTIP: FINDING UNMATCHED QUOTES -REPLY
 John Whittington <johnw@MAG-NET.CO.UK>                        12AUG97
SASTIP: FINDING UNMATCHED QUOTES
 Philip Mason <Phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       12AUG97
SASTIP: FINDING UNMATCHED QUOTES
 Donald Peter Cram <doncram@LELAND.STANFORD.EDU>               14AUG97
SASTIP: FINDING UNMATCHED QUOTES -REPLY
 Peter Crawford <Peter@CRAWFORDSOFTWARE.DEMON.CO.UK>           14AUG97
SASTIP: FINDING UNMATCHED QUOTES -REPLY
 David Broughton <david.broughton@ZZHYDRO.ON.CA>               19AUG97
SASTIP: SYNCHRONIZE OPTIONS IN SAS/CONNECT SESSIONS
 Jay Weedon <j_weedon@ESCAPE.COM>                              26AUG97
PRODUCTIVITY TIPS
 Marjorie Roswell <roswell@UMBC.EDU>                           26AUG97
PRODUCTIVITY TIPS
 Philip Mason <Phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       27AUG97
SASTIP: SAVING SAS GRAPHICS WIDGETS AS SAS GRAPHS
 Philip Mason <Phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       28AUG97
SASTIP: USE MACROS IN SCL
 Philip Mason <Phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       29AUG97
SASTIP: SETTING MAXIMUM VALUE FOR AXES IN GRAPHICS WIDGET
 Philip Mason <Phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       04SEP97
SASTIP: MAKING BROWSE-ONLY FRAMES & THEN EDITING THEM
 Philip Mason <phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       07SEP97
SASTIP: LINKING TO "GRAPH'N'GO" IN YOUR APPLICATION
 Philip Mason <phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       18SEP97
VIEWS TIPS & TECHNIQUES DAY
 Philip Mason <phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       24SEP97
SASTIP: TEMPLATES ARE USEFUL
 Philip Mason <phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       30SEP97
SASTIP: NEW ANALYST APPLICATION
 Philip Mason <phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       01OCT97
SASTIP: ONE SOLUTION TO UNKNOWN EXCEPTION ERRORS
 Bernard Tremblay <bernard@CAPITALE.QC.CA>                     09OCT97
SASTIP: OPTIMISING SQL
 RICHARD PATERSON <RPATERSO@QEDI2.QUINTILES.COM>               09OCT97
PROC
TABULATE - GENERAL HELP, HINTS, TIPS NEEDED
 Howard Wright <hwright@OLDMUTUAL.COM>                         16OCT97
SASTIP: "GRAPH'N'GO"
 Tra <Tra@PROTEUS.CO.UK>                                       16OCT97
SASTIP: BREAK THE 16 TABLE LIMIT IN PROC SQL
 "Karsten M. Self" <kmself@IX.NETCOM.COM>                      22OCT97
SAS
TIP: SYSERR AUTOMATIC MACROVARIABLE-WHERE IT WORKS
 Philip Mason <phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       27OCT97
SASTIP: THAT MAY INCREASE WINDOWS NT PERFORMANCE.
 "Jay L. Stevens" <jstevens@PRUDENTIAL.COM>                    28OCT97
SASTIP: OPTIMISING SQL
 Ron Mckean <rmckean@COMPUSERVE.COM>                           08NOV97
DDE
VS OLE: TRAPS & TIPS
 FRS-LiteWate <faith@FRSA.COM>                                17NOV97
SAS
TIPS ON THE WEB
 "Stuerzl, Heinr.,DE,Diagnostics" <STUERZL@MSMBWMA.HOECHST.C   19NOV97
TIP:
MACRO UNISTATS
 "Stuerzl, Heinr.,DE,Diagnostics" <STUERZL@MSMBWMA.HOECHST.C   20NOV97
TIP:
MACRO UNISTATS (QUICK VERSION)
 Frank.Poppe@SWOV.NL                                           20NOV97
SASTIP: VIEW OF A VIEW IS OK (A: ONLY BELOW 16 TABLES)
 Michael Friendly <friendly@HOTSPUR.PSYCH.YORKU.CA>            20NOV97
TIP:
MACRO UNISTATS
 Philip Mason <phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       20NOV97
SASTIP: VIEW OF A VIEW IS OK
 Philip Mason <phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                       20NOV97
SASTIP: MANY SCL FUNCTIONS CAN BE USED IN DATASTEP
 RICHARD STEVENS <RSTEVENS@BCBSCT.COM>                         25NOV97
TIP:
DATE IN THE FUTURE
 "Stuerzl, Heinr.,DE,Diagnostics" <STUERZL@MSMBWMA.HOECHST.C   19DEC97
SASTIP: MACRO UNISTATS (FINAL VERSION)
 "Bassett Consulting Services, Inc."                           28JAN98
SASTIP: TOGGLING BETWEEN DMS AND ISPF
 "Bassett Consulting Services, Inc."                           28JAN98
SASTIP: TOGGLING BETWEEN DMS AND ISPF
 "Michael A. Raithel" <MICHAEL.RAITHEL@RAITHM49.CUSTOMS.SPRI   29JAN98
(MVS)   SASTIP: TOGGLING BETWEEN DMS AND ISPF
 Phil Mason <phil@WOOD-ST.DEMON.CO.UK>                         02MAR98
SAS
TIPS SEMINAR IN BELGIUM
 Robert Muzny <MUZNRV@INTEGRIS-HEALTH.COM>                     12MAR98
SASTIP: DANCING BABIES IN YOUR FRAMES
 Karsten Heitmann <heite@CANADAJAPANSWEDENPOST1.TELE.DK>       24MAR98
SAS-TIP: SAS/AF - PLACING CURSOR IN FIELD USING THE CURSOR
 Phil Mason <phil@WOODST.SURFAID.ORG>                          28JUL98
SASTIP: EXPORTING DATA IN SAS 6.12
 Carina Ortseifen <Carina.Ortseifen@URZ.UNI-HEIDELBERG.DE>     29JUL98
SASTIP: EXPORTING DATA IN SAS 6.12
 Hockey Richard <rhockey@MATER.ORG.AU>                         29JUL98
SASTIP: EXPORTING DATA IN SAS 6.12
 Hockey Richard <rhockey@MATER.ORG.AU>                         29JUL98
SASTIP: EXPORTING DATA IN SAS 6.12
 Phil Mason                                                    29JUL98
SASTIP: EXPORTING DATA IN SAS 6.12
 Phil Mason                                                    29JUL98
SASTIP: EXPORTING DATA IN SAS 6.12
Nya Murray <nmurray@QLDNET.COM.AU>                            30JUL98
SAS
TIPS AND TECHNIQUES
 Phil Mason <phil@WOODST.SURFAID.ORG>                          07AUG98
SASTIP: MACRO VARIABLES, SCL VARIABLES & SUBMIT BLOCKS
 bo.sjoberg@SEBANK.SE                                          18AUG98
TIP:
CHANGING TEXT ON TYPE WINDOW
 Andy Ratcliffe <aratcliffe@CIX.COMPULINK.CO.UK>               19AUG98
TIP:
CHANGING TEXT ON TYPE WINDOW
 "Self, Karsten" <kself@VISA.COM>                              28AUG98
UNIX
AND SAS - A TIP
 Jack Shoemaker <JShoemak@OXHP.COM>                            28AUG98
UNIX
AND SAS - A TIP
 Ray Pass <raypass@WORLDNET.ATT.NET>                           28AUG98
UNIX
AND SAS - A TIP
m: Ray Pass [mailto:raypass@WORLDNET.ATT.NET]
<mailto:%5bmailto:raypass@WORLDNET.ATT.NET%5d>                   28AUG98
+
UNIX AND SAS - A TIP
 Chad Worthman <chadw@BIGFOOT.COM>                             09SEP98
SAS
TIP
 Peter Crawford <Peter@CRAWFORDSOFTWARE.DEMON.CO.UK>           09SEP98
SAS
TIP
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              01OCT98
TIP:
CHANGE FONT + SIZE + ORIENTATION
 Peter Crawford <Peter@CRAWFORDSOFTWARE.DEMON.CO.UK>           07OCT98
SAS
TIPS: CURRENT TIME MACRO
 Arjen Raateland <raateland@VYH.FI>                            08OCT98
SAS
TIPS: CURRENT TIME MACRO
 Carina Ortseifen <Carina.Ortseifen@URZ.UNI-HEIDELBERG.DE>     09OCT98
SAS
TIPS: CURRENT TIME MACRO
 Mark Bodt <markbodt@STSS.CO.NZ>                               29OCT98
SAS
TIP: CONTROLLING AN HP LASER USING PCL
 Mark Bodt <markbodt@STSS.CO.NZ>                               29OCT98
SAS
TIP: (PART 2) CONTROLLING AN HP LASER USING PCL
 Phil Mason <phil@WOODST.SURFAID.ORG>                          24NOV98
SASTIP: PRINTING AN "EXTERNAL FILE VIEWER" WIDGET
 Phil Mason [SMTP:phil@WOODST.SURFAID.ORG]
<mailto:%5bSMTP:phil@WOODST.SURFAID.ORG%5d>                      24NOV98
SASTIP: PRINTING AN "EXTERNAL FILE VIEWER" WIDGET
 Rob Rohrbough <rob@ROHRBOUGH-SYSTEMS.COM>                     24NOV98
SASTIP: PRINTING AN "EXTERNAL FILE VIEWER" WIDGET
 Paul Homes <pahomes@SPS-OZ.COM.AU>                            30NOV98
TIP:
NEW WEB FUNCTIONS IN SAS/INTRNET 1.2
 "Ward, David" <DWard@DAS-INTERNATIONAL.NET>                   10DEC98
SASTIP: CHARACTER TABLE
 "Ward, David" <DWard@DAS-INTERNATIONAL.NET>                   10DEC98
SASTIP: PROGRESS BARS IN BASE SAS
 Peter Crawford <Peter@CRAWFORDSOFTWARE.DEMON.CO.UK>           10DEC98
SASTIP: CHARACTER TABLE
 Surfaid Email <phil_mason@EMAIL.COM>                          10DEC98
SASTIP: CHARACTER TABLE
 Surfaid Email <phil_mason@EMAIL.COM>                          10DEC98
SASTIP: PROGRESS BARS IN BASE SAS
 "Ullah, Ahsan" <AUllah@FDIC.GOV>                              11DEC98
FW:
SASTIP: CHARACTER TABLE
 Peter Crawford [SMTP:Peter@CRAWFORDSOFTWARE.DEMON.CO.UK]
<mailto:%5bSMTP:Peter@CRAWFORDSOFTWARE.DEMON.CO.UK%5d>       11DEC98
SASTIP: CHARACTER TABLE
 pdorfma@FL6612MAILEX4.UCS.ATT.COM                             15DEC98
XMAS
SASTIP: QUICK TABLE LOOKUP BY HASHING
 Phil Mason <phil_mason@EMAIL.COM>                             03FEB99
SASTIP: CONNECT TO YOURSELF
 Phil Mason <phil_mason@EMAIL.COM>                             08FEB99
SASTIP: PROVIDE TECHNICAL SUPPORT VIA REMOTE COMPUTING
 Fang Bin <fangbin@MAIL.CUSTOMS.GOV.CN>                        28MAR99
FOR
MORE TIPS.
 Sloan <faith@FRSA.COM>                                        29MAR99
FOR
MORE TIPS.
 Phil Mason <phil_mason@EMAIL.COM>                             30MAR99
FOR
MORE TIPS.
 "Jindal, Shekhar [IBM GSA]" <SJindal@NITGNPSD.TELSTRA.COM.A   01APR99
SAS
TIP: PROGRAMMATICALLY WRITING SCL CODE
 Mark Bodt <markbodt@STSS.CO.NZ>                               01APR99
SAS
TIP: PROGRAMMATICALLY READING AN SCL ENTRY
 Mark Bodt <markbodt@STSS.CO.NZ>                               01APR99
SAS
TIP: PROGRAMMATICALLY WRITING SCL CODE
 Mark Bodt <markbodt@STSS.CO.NZ>                               01APR99
SAS
TIP: PROGRAMMATICALLY CHANGING THE COLOUR OF A LINE OF CODE
 WHITLOI1 <WHITLOI1@WESTAT.COM>                                01APR99
SAS
TIP: PROGRAMMATICALLY CHANGING THE COLOUR OF A LINE O
 WHITLOI1 <WHITLOI1@WESTAT.COM>                                01APR99
SAS
TIP: PROGRAMMATICALLY CHANGING THE COLOUR OF A LINE OF C
 Andrew Ratcliffe <aratcliffe@CIX.COMPULINK.CO.UK>             30APR99
NEW
HINTS & TIPS IN VIEWS NEWS #6
 Mark Bodt <markbodt@STSS.CO.NZ>                               06MAY99
SAS
TIP: AF/FRAME: PROGRESS BARS
 "Karsten M. Self" <kmself@IX.NETCOM.COM>                      13MAY99
SAS
TIP: XUSERFILESEARCHPATH AND THE HAPPY UNIX TWEAKER
 "Karsten M. Self" <kmself@IX.NETCOM.COM>                      14MAY99
SAS
TIP: XUSERFILESEARCHPATH AND THE HAPPY UNIX TWEAKER
 "Karsten M. Self" <kmself@IX.NETCOM.COM>                      14MAY99
SAS
TIP: XUSERFILESEARCHPATH AND THE HAPPY UNIX TWEAKER
 Bernard Tremblay <bernard@CAPITALE.QC.CA>                     14MAY99
SAS
TIP: XUSERFILESEARCHPATH AND THE HAPPY UNIX TWEAKER
 Bernard Tremblay <bernard@CAPITALE.QC.CA>                     14MAY99
SAS
TIP: XUSERFILESEARCHPATH AND THE HAPPY UNIX TWEAKER
 Diana Noble <diana.noble@PRUDENTIAL.COM>                      26MAY99
PROC
SUMMARY TIP USING _NUMERIC_ VARIABLE OPTION
 "Karsten M. Self" <kmself@IX.NETCOM.COM>                      27MAY99
SASTIP: ATTRIB ALLOWS ASSOCIATION AND REPETITION
 Douglas Dame <dougdame@HPE.UFL.EDU>                           27MAY99
PROC
SUMMARY TIP USING _NUMERIC_ VARIABLE OPTION
 Douglas Dame <dougdame@HPE.UFL.EDU>                           27MAY99
PROC
SUMMARY TIP USING _NUMERIC_ VARIABLE OPTION
 Frank Mwaniki <frank.mwaniki@PHARMA.NOVARTIS.COM>             27MAY99
PROC
SUMMARY TIP USING _NUMERIC_ VARIABLE OPTION
 Frank Mwaniki <frank.mwaniki@PHARMA.NOVARTIS.COM>             27MAY99
PROC
SUMMARY TIP USING _NUMERIC_ VARIABLE OPTION
 John Whittington <medisci@POWERNET.COM>                       27MAY99
PROC
SUMMARY TIP USING _NUMERIC_ VARIABLE OPTION
 John Whittington <medisci@POWERNET.COM>                       27MAY99
PROC
SUMMARY TIP USING _NUMERIC_ VARIABLE OPTION
John Whittington <medisci@POWERNET.COM>                       27MAY99
PROC
SUMMARY TIP USING _NUMERIC_ VARIABLE OPTION
 Peter Crawford <Peter@CRAWFORDSOFTWARE.DEMON.CO.UK>           27MAY99
PROC
SUMMARY TIP USING _NUMERIC_ VARIABLE OPTION
 Peter Crawford <Peter@CRAWFORDSOFTWARE.DEMON.CO.UK>           27MAY99
PROC
SUMMARY TIP USING _NUMERIC_ VARIABLE OPTION
 "Hudson, Spencer" <shudson@VIROPHARMA.COM>                    28MAY99
SASTIP: ATTRIB ALLOWS ASSOCIATION AND REPETITION
 "Karsten M. Self" <kmself@IX.NETCOM.COM>                      28MAY99
SASTIP: ATTRIB ALLOWS ASSOCIATION AND REPETITION
 "Karsten M. Self" <kmself@IX.NETCOM.COM>                      28MAY99
SASTIP: ATTRIB ALLOWS ASSOCIATION AND REPETITION
 John Iwaniszek <jiwanisz@QCHN.QUINTILES.COM>                  28MAY99
SASTIP: ATTRIB ALLOWS ASSOCIATION AND REPETITION
 Karsten M. Self [mailto:kmself@IX.NETCOM.COM]
<mailto:%5bmailto:kmself@IX.NETCOM.COM%5d>                  28MAY99
SASTIP:
ATTRIB ALLOWS ASSOCIATION AND
 WHITLOI1 <WHITLOI1@WESTAT.COM>                                28MAY99
RE[2]: SASTIP: ATTRIB ALLOWS ASSOCIATION AND REPETITION
 WHITLOI1 <WHITLOI1@WESTAT.COM>                                28MAY99
SASTIP: ATTRIB ALLOWS ASSOCIATION AND REPETITION
=%str(), putfrom=, inptfrm=, input=n, atcol=, lastin=n);       28MAY99
SASTIP: ATTRIB ALLOWS ASSOCIATION AND
 "Karsten M. Self" <kmself@IX.NETCOM.COM>                      02JUN99
SASTIP: VIRUS HOAXES
 "Edel, Christoph (Frankfurt)" <CEdel@DE.IMSHEALTH.COM>        09JUN99
SAS-TIP: REPLACING ITEMS IN VIEWTABLE WHERE-EXPRESSION
 "Karsten M. Self" <kmself@IX.NETCOM.COM>                      11JUN99
SAS
TIP: UNIX, NAME OF CURRENTLY EXECUTING BATCH PROGRAM
 Phil Mason <phil_mason@EMAIL.COM>                             21JUN99
SASTIP: SEARCHING A CATALOG FOR TEXT
 Phil Mason <phil_mason@EMAIL.COM>                             21JUN99
SASTIP: MACRO VARIABLES RESOLVEDI N SEVERAL PLACES
 "Karsten M. Self" <kmself@IX.NETCOM.COM>                      23JUN99
SAS-L TIP: CHANGE IN LISTSERV ADDRESSES
 F Joseph Kelley <jkelley@ARCHES.UGA.EDU>                      23JUN99
SAS-L TIP: CHANGE IN LISTSERV ADDRESSES
 Phil Mason <phil_mason@EMAIL.COM>                             28JUN99
SASTIP: USING WINAPI FUNCTIONS
 Mark Bodt <markbodt@STSS.CO.NZ>                               01JUL99
SAS
TIP (WINDOWS / FTP): PROGRAMMATICALLY CONNECTING TO A DIAL UP
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              28JUL99
TIP:
WIN NT DIR COMMAND
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              28JUL99
TIP:
V7 MAINTENANCE ON LONG NAMES
"Christian F.G. Schendera" <cschende@IX.URZ.UNI-HEIDELBERG.   08SEP99
Q:
ANALYSIS TIPS FOR QUALITATIVE DATA?
Tjen-Sien Lim < <mailto:tslim@NOSPAM.RECURSIVE-PARTITIONING.COM>
tslim@NOSPAM.RECURSIVE-PARTITIONING.COM>       08SEP99  Q: ANALYSIS TIPS
FOR
QUALITATIVE DATA?
"Christian F.G. Schendera" <cschende@IX.URZ.UNI-HEIDELBERG.   09SEP99
Q:
ANALYSIS TIPS FOR QUALITATIVE DATA?
 Don Stanley <don_stanley@XTRA.CO.NZ>                          17SEP99
SASTIP: DROPPING & REBUILDING INDEXES ON THE FLY
 Andrew Ratcliffe <aratcliffe@CIX.COMPULINK.CO.UK>             02NOV99
NEW
HINTS & TIPS IN ISSUE #8 OF VIEWS NEWS
 Mark Bodt <markbodt@STSS.CO.NZ>                               03NOV99
SAS
TIP: VERSION 8 WINDOWS DATASET FILE EXTENSIONS
 Mark Bodt <markbodt@STSS.CO.NZ>                               03NOV99
SAS
TIP: VERSION 8 SETTING POSITION OF WINDOWS
 Andrew Ratcliffe <aratcliffe@CIX.COMPULINK.CO.UK>             07JAN00
NEW
HINTS & TIPS IN ISSUE #9 OF VIEWS NEWS
 Blue Gum Data Analysis <bluegumd@PNC.COM.AU>                  09JAN00
WANTED: TIPS, HINTS AND SUGGESTIONS FOR FREELANCING IN AUSTRALIA
 Andrew Ratcliffe <aratcliffe@CIX.COMPULINK.CO.UK>             14JAN00
NEW
HINTS & TIPS IN ISSUE #9 OF VIEWS NEWS
 Wiel Maessen <wiel@PWCONS.COM>                                27APR00
V8
TIPS
 F a b r i z i o <Fabrizio1@USA.NET>                           01MAY00
V8
TIPS
 "Terjeson, Mark" <TERJEMW@DSHS.WA.GOV>                        22MAY00
SAS
VERSION 8.00 TIP: SASHELP.VCOLUMN/NAME
 "Terjeson, Mark" <TERJEMW@DSHS.WA.GOV>                        22MAY00
SAS
VERSION 8.00 TIP: SASHELP.VCOLUMN/NAME
 Jack Hamilton <JackHamilton@FIRSTHEALTH.COM>                  22MAY00
SAS
VERSION 8.00 TIP: SASHELP.VCOLUMN/NAME
 Kenneth Moody <KennethMoody@FIRSTHEALTH.COM>                  22MAY00
SAS
VERSION 8.00 TIP: SASHELP.VCOLUMN/NAME
 WHITLOI1 <WHITLOI1@WESTAT.COM>                                22MAY00
SAS
VERSION 8.00 TIP: SASHELP.VCOLUMN/NAME
 WHITLOI1 <WHITLOI1@WESTAT.COM>                                22MAY00
SAS
VERSION 8.00 TIP: SASHELP.VCOLUMN/NAME
 Abelson_R <Abelson_R@BLS.GOV>                                 24MAY00
NONSAS: ULTRAEDIT TIPS ?
 Bernard Tremblay <imaginasys@HOTMAIL.COM>                     24MAY00
NONSAS: ULTRAEDIT TIPS ?
 Puddin' Man <pudding_man@ALTAVISTA.COM>                       24MAY00
NONSAS: ULTRAEDIT TIPS ?
 wei cheng <cheng_wei@HOTMAIL.COM>                             24MAY00
NONSAS: ULTRAEDIT TIPS ?
 Lars Hult <lhu@CODAN.DK>                                      25MAY00
NONSAS: ULTRAEDIT TIPS ?
 Philip Mason <philipmason@EMAIL.COM>                          01AUG00
SASTIP: FINDING TIPS IN SAS HELP (VERSION 8)
 "David L. Ward" <dward@SASHELP.COM>                           09AUG00
TIP:
POSTING DATA TO A FORM ON A WEB PAGE AND RETRIEVING THE
 Jay Zhou <zhou_jay@YAHOO.COM>                                 10AUG00
TIP:
POSTING DATA TO A FORM ON A WEB PAGE AND RETRIEVING THE
 "David L. Ward" <dward@SASHELP.COM>                           11AUG00
TIP:
POSTING DATA TO A FORM ON A WEB PAGE AND RETRIEVING THE
 "David L. Ward" <dward@SASHELP.COM>                           11AUG00
TIP:
POSTING DATA TO A FORM ON A WEB PAGE AND RETRIEVING THE
 "Richard W. Graham" <Richard.Graham@INTELLICISIONS.COM>       11AUG00
TIP:
POSTING DATA TO A FORM ON A WEB PAGE AND RETRIEVING THE
 "Richard W. Graham" <Richard.Graham@INTELLICISIONS.COM>       11AUG00
TIP:
POSTING DATA TO A FORM ON A WEB PAGE AND RETRIEVING THE
 <autretx@MY-DEJA.COM>                                         11AUG00
TIP:
POSTING DATA TO A FORM ON A WEB PAGE AND RETRIEVING THE RESULTS
PROGRAMMATICA
 Richard W. Graham <Richard.Graham@INTELLICISIONS.COM>         11AUG00
TIP:
POSTING DATA TO A FORM ON A WEB PAGE AND RETRIEVING THE RESULTS
PROGRAMMATICA
Richard W. Graham <Richard.Graham@INTELLICISIONS.COM>         11AUG00
TIP:
POSTING DATA TO A FORM ON A WEB PAGE AND RETRIEVING THE
 autretx@MY-DEJA.COM                                           11AUG00
TIP:
POSTING DATA TO A FORM ON A WEB PAGE AND RETRIEVING THE
n a reply, but will forward to the list anything I get back    11AUG00
"SASR     TIP: POSTING DATA TO A FORM ON A WEB PAGE AND RETRIEVING THE
RESULTS
 Dwight Eggers <Dwight.Eggers@ERICSSON.COM>                    15SEP00
SAS
TIP: MACRO FOR ASSOCIATIVE ARRAY FUNCTIONALITY
 "Lund, Pete" <Peter.Lund@CFC.WA.GOV>                          19SEP00
SASTIP:: CHANGING VALUES OF CHARACTERS IN A STRING.
 Don Stanley <don_stanley@XTRA.CO.NZ>                          19SEP00
SASTIP:: CHANGING VALUES OF CHARACTERS IN A STRING.
 Don Stanley [mailto:don_stanley@XTRA.CO.NZ]
<mailto:%5bmailto:don_stanley@XTRA.CO.NZ%5d>                    19SEP00
SASTIP:: CHANGING VALUES OF CHARACTERS IN A STRING.
 Droogendyk Bill <bill_droogendyk@DOFASCO.CA>                  19SEP00
QUICK TIP: DIRECT OUTPUT TO PDF?
 Ian Whitlock <WHITLOI1@WESTAT.COM>                            19SEP00
SASTIP:: CHANGING VALUES OF CHARACTERS IN A STRING.
 Jack Hamilton <JackHamilton@FIRSTHEALTH.COM>                  19SEP00
SASTIP:: CHANGING VALUES OF CHARACTERS IN A STRING.
 Jack Hamilton <JackHamilton@FIRSTHEALTH.COM>                  19SEP00
SASTIP:: CHANGING VALUES OF CHARACTERS IN A STRING.
 Jack Hamilton [mailto:JackHamilton@FIRSTHEALTH.COM]
<mailto:%5bmailto:JackHamilton@FIRSTHEALTH.COM%5d>            19SEP00
SASTIP:: CHANGING VALUES OF CHARACTERS IN A STRING.
 Jack Hamilton [mailto:JackHamilton@FIRSTHEALTH.COM]
<mailto:%5bmailto:JackHamilton@FIRSTHEALTH.COM%5d>            19SEP00
SASTIP:: CHANGING VALUES OF CHARACTERS IN A STRING.
 Paul Dorfman <paul_dorfman@HOTMAIL.COM>                       19SEP00
SASTIP:: CHANGING VALUES OF CHARACTERS IN A STRING.
 Don Stanley <don_stanley@XTRA.CO.NZ>                          20SEP00
SASTIP:: CHANGING VALUES OF CHARACTERS IN A STRING.
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              21SEP00
SAS
TIP: READ-ONLY
 Michael Davis <sas-l@BASSETTCONSULTING.COM>                   10OCT00
SASTIP: EDITING SOURCE ENTRIES IN BUILD WINDOW, V8
 "Smith, Curtis, Mr, DCAA" <Curtis.Smith@DCAA.MIL>             20OCT00
ANY
MVS EFFICIENCY TIPS (FOR LARGE FILES, ETC.)?
 Brad <b_branford@HOTMAIL.COM>                                 20OCT00
ANY
MVS EFFICIENCY TIPS (FOR LARGE FILES, ETC.)?
 Gerhard Hellriegel <ghellrieg@T-ONLINE.DE>                    20OCT00
ANY
MVS EFFICIENCY TIPS (FOR LARGE FILES, ETC.)?
 Lary Jones <ljones@BINGHAMTON.EDU>                            20OCT00
ANY
MVS EFFICIENCY TIPS (FOR LARGE FILES, ETC.)?
 Lary Jones [mailto:ljones@BINGHAMTON.EDU]
<mailto:%5bmailto:ljones@BINGHAMTON.EDU%5d>                      20OCT00
ANY MVS EFFICIENCY TIPS (FOR LARGE FILES, ETC.)?
 Andrew Ratcliffe <andrew@RATCLIFFE.DEMON.CO.UK>               24OCT00
NEW
HINTS & TIPS IN ISSUE 12 OF VIEWS NEWS
 Michael Thomas <mjthom4@USWEST.COM>                           24OCT00
NEW
HINTS & TIPS IN ISSUE 12 OF VIEWS NEWS
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              21NOV00
DO
WHILE TIP
 Ian Whitlock <WHITLOI1@WESTAT.COM>                            21NOV00
DO
WHILE TIP
 JP <R_E_M_O_V_E_lecruguel@EPID.JGH.MCGILL.CA>                 21NOV00
DO
WHILE TIP
 JP [mailto:R_E_M_O_V_E_lecruguel@EPID.JGH.MCGILL.CA]
<mailto:%5bmailto:R_E_M_O_V_E_lecruguel@EPID.JGH.MCGILL.CA%5d>
21NOV00  DO WHILE TIP
 Paul Dorfman <paul_dorfman@HOTMAIL.COM>                       21NOV00
DO
WHILE TIP
 Philip Mason <philipmason@EMAIL.COM>                          16JAN01
SASTIP: %SYSLPUT WORKS ON LAST REMOTE SESSION
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              26JAN01
TIP:
SAVE AND RESET OPTIONS
 "L. Bertolini" <bertolini.1@OSU.EDU>                          29JAN01
TIP:
OBTAIN MVS SYSTEM AND JOB INFO
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              15FEB01
TIP:
AUTOEXEC + SITEMACRO
 "William W. Viergever" <wwvierg@IBM.NET>                      15FEB01
TIP:
AUTOEXEC + SITEMACRO
m: Michael Friendly [mailto:friendly@HOTSPUR.PSYCH.YORKU.CA]
<mailto:%5bmailto:friendly@HOTSPUR.PSYCH.YORKU.CA%5d>    15FEB01  TIP:
AUTOEXEC + SITEMACRO
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              26FEB01
TIP:
MACRO PROGNAME
 aratcliffe@CIX.COMPULINK.CO.UK                                19MAR01
NEW
HINTS & TIPS NEWSLETTER ABOUT SASR SOFTWARE
 aratcliffe@CIX.COMPULINK.CO.UK                                27MAR01
HINTS AND TIPS HTML EMAIL NEWSLETTER
archives:                                                      27MAR01
SUBJECT:SASTIP: DATA ENCRYPTION FOR THE BEGINNER
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              03APR01
TIP:
PROC FORMAT NULL NE SPACE
 Charles Patridge <Charles_S_Patridge@PRODIGY.NET>             03APR01
ON-LINE VIDEO SAS TRAINING, TIPS AND TECHNIQUES
 Paul Dorfman <paul_dorfman@HOTMAIL.COM>                       03APR01
TIP
4.13 PAGE 35 SAS PROGRAMMING TIPS: BINARY SEARCH
 kviel <kviel@GMCF.ORG>                                        03APR01
TIP
4.13 PAGE 35 SAS PROGRAMMING TIPS: BINARY SEARCH
 Charles Patridge <Charles_S_Patridge@PRODIGY.NET>             04APR01
ON-LINE VIDEO SAS TRAINING, TIPS AND TECHNIQUES
 "Terjeson, Mark" <TerjeMW@DSHS.WA.GOV>                        05APR01
SAS
TIP-SYNTAX FOR CONNECTING TO ODBC (V6 & V8)
 "Terjeson, Mark" <TerjeMW@DSHS.WA.GOV>                        12APR01
TIMER OPTION-SAS TIP
 Charles Patridge <Charles_S_Patridge@PRODIGY.NET>             18APR01
SCONSIG TIPS AND TECHNIQUES
 Andy Kowalczyk <akowalczyk@WCRINET.ORG>                       26APR01
A
SMALL SAS TIP: PSEUDO COALESCE VIA LOG
 Jay Weedon <jweedon@EARTHLINK.NET>                            26APR01
A
SMALL SAS TIP: RENAMING LARGE NUMBERS OF VARIABLES
 Jay Weedon <jweedon@EARTHLINK.NET>                            26APR01
A
SMALL SAS TIP: RENAMING LARGE NUMBERS OF VARIABLES
 Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>                        26APR01
A
SMALL SAS TIP: RENAMING LARGE NUMBERS OF VARIABLES
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              07JUN01
TIP:
ARRAYNAME(CHARVAR)
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              07JUN01
TIP:
ARRAYNAME(CHARVAR) SOLUTION
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              07JUN01
TIP:
ARRAYNAME(CHARVAR) SOLUTION
"Terjeson, Mark" <TerjeMW@DSHS.WA.GOV>                        09JUN01
SASTIP: FLASHLESS SAS X COMMAND AND CALL SYSTEM
 Tom Frenkel <taf2@NYU.EDU>                                    09JUN01
SASTIP: FLASHLESS SAS X COMMAND AND CALL SYSTEM
 "Terjeson, Mark" <TerjeMW@DSHS.WA.GOV>                        10JUN01
SASTIP: FLASHLESS SAS X COMMAND AND CALL SYSTEM
 Tom Frenkel [mailto:taf2@nyu.edu] <mailto:%5bmailto:taf2@nyu.edu%5d>
10JUN01  SASTIP: FLASHLESS SAS X COMMAND AND CALL SYSTEM
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              19JUN01
TIP:
SAVING OPTIONS FOR LATER RESET
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              22JUN01
TIP:
ELIMINATE HARDCODE FILEREFS WITH CONFIG -SET
 Huck <huck@SKIPTHISFINN.COM>                                  27JUN01
TIP:
SAVING OPTIONS FOR LATER RESET
 Huck [mailto:huck@SKIPTHISFINN.COM]
<mailto:%5bmailto:huck@SKIPTHISFINN.COM%5d>
27JUN01  TIP: SAVING OPTIONS FOR LATER RESET
 Mike Rhoads <RHOADSM1@WESTAT.COM>                             27JUN01
TIP:
SAVING OPTIONS FOR LATER RESET
 "Gregg P. Snell" <gsnell@DATASAVANTCONSULTING.COM>            10JUL01
SAS
8.0 TO SAS 8.2 TIPS?
 "Paula M. Adkins" <PAdkins@CHECKFREE.COM>                     10JUL01
SAS
8.0 TO SAS 8.2 TIPS?
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              12JUL01
SASTIP: APPENDING SAS DATASETS
 "Terjeson, Mark" <TerjeMW@DSHS.WA.GOV>                        12JUL01
SASTIP: APPENDING SAS DATASETS
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              13JUL01
TIP:
MAC-VAR FOR CCYY
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              16JUL01
TIP:
AND TRIVIA: FIBONACCI SEQUENCE
 Peter Flom <peter.flom@NDRI.ORG>                              16JUL01
TIP:
AND TRIVIA: FIBONACCI SEQUENCE
 Simon Pickles <simon.pickles@FIDELITY.COM>                    18JUL01
TIP:
HTML EMAIL WORKS IN 8.2
 "Terjeson, Mark" <TerjeMW@DSHS.WA.GOV>                        31JUL01
SASTIP: NEED VARYING NUMBER OF MACRO ARGUMENTS?
 aratcliffe@CIX.COMPULINK.CO.UK                                15AUG01
NEW
HINTS & TIPS IN VIEWS NEWS #15
 Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>                        01OCT01
TIP:
FORMAT COMPILE DATE
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              05OCT01
TIP:
MACRO LOGSAVE
 "Gregg P. Snell" <gsnell@DATASAVANTCONSULTING.COM>            05OCT01
SAS
TIP - AND USEFUL TOO!
 Fehd, Ronald J.                                               05OCT01
TIP:
MACRO LOGSAVE
 Laurie Fleming <laurief@PARADISE.NET.NZ>                      05OCT01
SAS
TIP - AND USEFUL TOO!
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              09OCT01
TIP:
LAG(VARCHAR)
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              19OCT01
TIP:
DEBUGGING TOOLS
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              22OCT01
TIP:
MACRO LOGSAVE V1
m: hoonaxi [mailto:hoonaxi@KANETTI.COM]
<mailto:%5bmailto:hoonaxi@KANETTI.COM%5d>
22OCT01
TIP: MACRO LOGSAVE V1
 Michael Walkup <mwalkup@WFUBMC.EDU>                           26OCT01
ADDING INFO TO GPLOT TOOL TIP
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              26NOV01
TIP:
USING TEMPLATES
 "David L. Cassell" <Cassell.David@EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV>            29NOV01
SASTIP: USE CURL INSTEAD OF URL ACCESS METHOD FOR ADVANCED
 "David L. Ward" <dward@SASHELP.COM>                           29NOV01
SASTIP: USE CURL INSTEAD OF URL ACCESS METHOD FOR ADVANCED WEB
 "Gregg P. Snell" <gsnell@DATASAVANTCONSULTING.COM>            29NOV01
SASTIP: USE CURL INSTEAD OF URL ACCESS METHOD FOR ADVANCED
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              10DEC01
TIP:
V9 SHIP DATE(S)
 "Foy, Thomas M." <foytho@PARKNICOLLET.COM>                    10DEC01
TIP:
V9 SHIP DATE(S)
 Charles Patridge <Charles_S_Patridge@PRODIGY.NET>             10DEC01
TIP:
V9 SHIP DATE(S)
 Charles Patridge [mailto:Charles_S_Patridge@PRODIGY.NET]
<mailto:%5bmailto:Charles_S_Patridge@PRODIGY.NET%5d>       10DEC01  TIP:
V9
SHIP DATE(S)
 Fehd, Ronald J. [mailto:rjf2@CDC.GOV]
<mailto:%5bmailto:rjf2@CDC.GOV%5d>
10DEC01  TIP: V9 SHIP DATE(S)
 Richard DeVenezia <radevenz@IX.NETCOM.COM>                    10DEC01
TIP:
V9 SHIP DATE(S)
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              13DEC01
TIP:
GENERATE TEXT DATA
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              13DEC01
TIP:
MACHINE REPRESENTATION
 Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>                        13DEC01
TIP:
GENERATE TEXT DATA
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              04JAN02
TIP:
SYMDEL PARAMETERS
 Fehd, Ronald J. [mailto:rjf2@CDC.GOV]
<mailto:%5bmailto:rjf2@CDC.GOV%5d>
04JAN02  TIP: SYMDEL PARAMETERS
 Philip Mason <philipmason@WOODSTREET.ORG.UK>                  07JAN02
SASTIP: SIMPLE PROGRAM SCHEDULER USING A SAS MACRO
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              14JAN02
TIP:
MERGE LARGE(WHERE
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              18JAN02
TIP:
SHARING COMPILED SASMACRO.CATALOG
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              30JAN02
TIP:
VIEW LIBNAME PATH WAS SAS EFFICIENCIES CONTINUED
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              30JAN02
TIP:
LINESIZE, PAGESIZE DEPEND ON ORIENT
 David Rubanowice <rubanowice.d@GHC.ORG>                       01FEB02
SASTIP:: SYSLPUT IN V6 AND V8
 Don Stanley <don_stanley@XTRA.CO.NZ>                          01FEB02
SASTIP:: SYSLPUT IN V6 AND V8
 Don Stanley <don_stanley@XTRA.CO.NZ>                          01FEB02
SASTIP:: SYSLPUT IN V6 AND V8
 Don Stanley <don_stanley@XTRA.CO.NZ>                          01FEB02
SASTIP:: SYSLPUT IN V6 AND V8
 Huck <huck@SKIPTHISFINN.COM>                                  02FEB02
SASTIP:: SYSLPUT IN V6 AND V8
Huck <huck@SKIPTHISFINN.COM>                                  02FEB02
SASTIP:: SYSLPUT IN V6 AND V8
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              12FEB02
TIP:
LINESIZE, PAGESIZE DEPEND ON ORIENT
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              13FEB02
FW:
TIP: LINESIZE, PAGESIZE DEPEND ON ORIENT
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              04MAR02
TIP:
COPY STRUCTURE
 Fehd, Ronald J. [mailto:rjf2@CDC.GOV]
<mailto:%5bmailto:rjf2@CDC.GOV%5d>
04MAR02  TIP: COPY STRUCTURE
 Peter Crawford <Peter@CRAWFORDSOFTWARE.DEMON.CO.UK>           04MAR02
TIP:
COPY STRUCTURE
 Peter Crawford <Peter@CRAWFORDSOFTWARE.DEMON.CO.UK>           04MAR02
TIP:
COPY STRUCTURE
 "David L. Cassell" <Cassell.David@EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV>            05MAR02
TIP:
COPY STRUCTURE
 Sigurd Hermansen <hermans1@WESTAT.COM>                        05MAR02
TIP:
COPY STRUCTURE
 Tim and Salene <timandsalene@AARTWOLF.COM>                    05MAR02
TIP:
COPY STRUCTURE
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              10APR02
TIP:
DATA SET LABEL CONTAINS PROGRAM NAME
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              10APR02
TIP:
EXIST MACRO VARIABLE
 Andrew Kowalczyk <akowalczyk@WCRINET.ORG>                     10APR02
TIP:
DATA SET LABEL CONTAINS PROGRAM NAME
 Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>                        10APR02
TIP:
UNIQUE SESSION ALTLOGS WITH MACRO %UPALTS
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              11APR02
TIP:
MACRO EMAIL UPDATES
 hankd@MAIL.RU                                                 17APR02
INSIDE REAL ESTATE TIPS DUROBQPB
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              23APR02
TIP:
CHECK UNIQUE WAS: SQL LAST OBS
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              24APR02
TIP:
CHECK UNIQUE V2 WAS: SQL FIND DUPLICATES
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              25APR02
TIP:
MACRO MASKING
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              25APR02
TIP:
MACRO MASKING
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              25APR02
TIP:
DUPREMOV WAS CHECK UNIQUE
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              25APR02
TIP:
MACRO MASKING
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              26APR02
TIP:
MACRO MASKING
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              26APR02
TIP:
MACRO MASKING
 "Edel, Christoph (Frankfurt)" <CEdel@DE.IMSHEALTH.COM>        02MAY02
SAS
TIP OR TRAP RE: MACRO DATE FORMATS
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              02MAY02
TIP:
AUTO GEN MACRO X-REF TABLE
 Ian Whitlock <WHITLOI1@WESTAT.COM>                            02MAY02
SAS
TIP OR TRAP RE: MACRO DATE FORMATS
 Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>                        02MAY02
SAS
TIP OR TRAP RE: MACRO DATE FORMATS
 Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>                        02MAY02
SAS
TIP OR TRAP RE: MACRO DATE FORMATS
 Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>                        02MAY02
SAS
TIP OR TRAP RE: MACRO DATE FORMATS
 Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU> on   02MAY02
SAS
TIP OR TRAP RE: MACRO DATE FORMATS
 Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU> on   02MAY02
SAS
TIP OR TRAP RE: MACRO DATE FORMATS
 Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU> on   02MAY02
SAS
TIP OR TRAP RE: MACRO DATE FORMATS
 Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU> on   02MAY02
SAS
TIP OR TRAP RE: MACRO DATE FORMATS
 Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU> on   02MAY02
SAS
TIP OR TRAP RE: MACRO DATE FORMATS
 Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU> on   02MAY02
SAS
TIP OR TRAP RE: MACRO DATE FORMATS
 Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU> on   02MAY02
SAS
TIP OR TRAP RE: MACRO DATE FORMATS
 Quentin McMullen <QuentinMcMullen@WESTAT.COM>                 02MAY02
SAS
TIP OR TRAP RE: MACRO DATE FORMATS
 diskin.dennis@KENDLE.COM                                      02MAY02
SAS
TIP OR TRAP RE: MACRO DATE FORMATS
 diskin.dennis@KENDLE.COM                                      02MAY02
SAS
TIP OR TRAP RE: MACRO DATE FORMATS
 diskin.dennis@KENDLE.COM [mailto:diskin.dennis@KENDLE.COM]
<mailto:%5bmailto:diskin.dennis@KENDLE.COM%5d>     02MAY02  SAS TIP OR
TRAP
RE: MACRO DATE FORMATS
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              06MAY02
TIP:
MACVAR OF PREVIOUS DAY OF WEEK
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              06MAY02
TIP:
MACVAR OF PREVIOUS DAY OF WEEK
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU> on 05/06   06MAY02
TIP:
MACVAR OF PREVIOUS DAY OF WEEK
 Fehd, Ronald J. [mailto:rjf2@CDC.GOV]
<mailto:%5bmailto:rjf2@CDC.GOV%5d>
06MAY02  TIP: MACVAR OF PREVIOUS DAY OF WEEK
 diskin.dennis@KENDLE.COM                                      06MAY02
TIP:
MACVAR OF PREVIOUS DAY OF WEEK
 Fehd, Ronald J. [mailto:rjf2@CDC.GOV]
<mailto:%5bmailto:rjf2@CDC.GOV%5d>
07MAY02  TIP: MACVAR OF PREVIOUS DAY OF WEEK
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              08MAY02
TIP:
MACVAR OF PREVIOUS DAY OF WEEK
 "Goldman, Brad (AT-Atlanta)" <Brad.Goldman@AUTOTRADER.COM>    08MAY02
POSTING TIP
 Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>                        08MAY02
TIP:
MACVAR OF PREVIOUS DAY OF WEEK
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              09MAY02
TIP:
CONFIG SASV8.CFG
 aratcliffe@CIX.COMPULINK.CO.UK                                21MAY02
NEW
HINTS, TIPS, AND EXPERIENCE IN NOTE:
 vqofebay marketing ecourse <rnr3563ff4d.4ada@EUDORAMAIL.COM   21MAY02
TRICKS TIPS AND SECRETS SCCA
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              28MAY02
TIP:
OPTIONS NOTES IN MACRO
"Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                              28MAY02
TIP:
OPTIONS NOTES IN MACRO
 "Fehd, Ronald J." <rjf2@CDC.GOV>@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU> on 05/28   28MAY02
TIP:
OPTIONS NOTES IN MACRO
 Fehd, Ronald J. [mailto:rjf2@CDC.GOV]
<mailto:%5bmailto:rjf2@CDC.GOV%5d>
28MAY02  TIP: OPTIONS NOTES IN MACRO
 diskin.dennis@KENDLE.COM                                      28MAY02
TIP:
OPTIONS NOTES IN MACRO
 ComputerFAQs@AMICRON.COM                                      13JUN02
COMPUTERFAQS ISSUE #97 - TIPS & TRICKS - NOW ONLINE
 Larry Bertolini <bertolini.1@OSU.EDU>                         15JUL02
TIP:
READ FIXED-LENGTH DATA FASTER ON WIN2K
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      16JUL02
TIP:
V9 CONTENTS
 Arjen Raateland <arjen.raateland@YMPARISTO.FI>                23AUG02
TIP:
HOTFIXES
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      06SEP02
TIP:
VIEW CONFIG(S)
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      09SEP02
TIP:
LATEX BIBTEX SUGI.BIB
 aratcliffe@CIX.COMPULINK.CO.UK                                16SEP02
HINTS & TIPS FOR SAS SOFTWARE PRACTITIONERS. SUBSCRIBE TO NOTE:
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      17SEP02
TIP:
VIEW AUTOCALL WAS: HOW DQUOTE DIRREF IN PIPE?
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      18SEP02
TIP:
PROC SQL LOG;
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      27SEP02
TIP:
SEARCH AND REPLACE
 Nathaniel Wooding <Nathaniel_Wooding@DOM.COM>                 27SEP02
TIP:
SEARCH AND REPLACE
 Nathaniel Wooding <Nathaniel_Wooding@DOM.COM>                 27SEP02
SENT
BY:   TIP: SEARCH AND REPLACE
 Charles Patridge <Charles_S_Patridge@PRODIGY.NET>             15OCT02
TO
AUTHORS OF SAS TIPS AND TECHNIQUES ON SCONSIG.COM
 Greg Woolridge <greg.woolridge@TAP.COM>                       15OCT02
TO
AUTHORS OF SAS TIPS AND TECHNIQUES ON SCONSIG.COM
 Greg Woolridge <greg.woolridge@TAP.COM>                       15OCT02
TO
AUTHORS OF SAS TIPS AND TECHNIQUES ON SCONSIG.COM
 Roger Lustig <trovato@BELLATLANTIC.NET>                       15OCT02
TO
AUTHORS OF SAS TIPS AND TECHNIQUES ON SCONSIG.COM
 Chris Smith <vandalay-industries@WWW.COM>                     23OCT02
INTERVIEW TOP TEN TIPS
 Jack Hamilton <JackHamilton@FIRSTHEALTH.COM>                  23OCT02
INTERVIEW TOP TEN TIPS
 Michael Raithel <RAITHEM@WESTAT.COM>                          23OCT02
INTERVIEW TOP TEN TIPS
 Penn <penn@UPENN.EDU>                                         23OCT02
INTERVIEW TOP TEN TIPS
 Howard_Schreier@ITA.DOC.GOV                                   04NOV02
MERGE TIP
 Pacal <pacal2012@HOTMAIL.COM>                                 04NOV02
MERGE TIP
 Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>                        04NOV02
MERGE TIP
 Puddin' Man <pudding_man@LYCOS.COM>                           04NOV02
MERGE TIP
 Ian Whitlock <WHITLOI1@WESTAT.COM>                            05NOV02
MERGE TIP
 Pacal <pacal2012@HOTMAIL.COM>                                 05NOV02
MERGE TIP
 Pacal [mailto:pacal2012@HOTMAIL.COM]
<mailto:%5bmailto:pacal2012@HOTMAIL.COM%5d>
05NOV02  MERGE TIP
 Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>                        05NOV02
MERGE TIP
 Sigurd Hermansen <HERMANS1@WESTAT.COM>                        05NOV02
MERGE TIP
 Tim Berryhill <tim@AARTWOLF.COM>                              05NOV02
MERGE TIP
 Tim Berryhill [mailto:tim@AARTWOLF.COM]
<mailto:%5bmailto:tim@AARTWOLF.COM%5d>                        05NOV02
MERGE
TIP
 Tim Berryhill [mailto:tim@AARTWOLF.COM]
<mailto:%5bmailto:tim@AARTWOLF.COM%5d>                        05NOV02
MERGE
TIP
 Paul Dorfman <paul_dorfman@HOTMAIL.COM>                       06NOV02
MERGE TIP
 Sigurd Hermansen <HERMANS1@WESTAT.COM>                        06NOV02
MERGE TIP
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      12NOV02
FOR
THE ENHANCED-EDITOR-HEADS: SAS NOTE SN-008707 TIP V9
 Philip Mason <phil@WOODSTREET.ORG.UK>                         14NOV02
SASTIP: DATASET VARIABLE VALUES RETAINED AUTOMATICALLY
 Philip Mason <phil@WOODSTREET.ORG.UK>                         06DEC02
SASTIP: EXPORTING DATA TO EXCEL
 Sara Hoogstrate <sarahoogstrate@YAHOO.COM>                    06DEC02
SASTIP: EXPORTING DATA TO EXCEL
 Philip Mason <phil@WOODSTREET.ORG.UK>                         10DEC02
SASTIP: ODS RESOURCES
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      11DEC02
RECRUITING CHEESY, SLEASY SAS TRICKS TIP CALL EXECUTE
te the statements when popping from the stack:                 11DEC02
RECRUITING CHEESY, SLEASY SAS TRICKS TIP CALL EXECUTE
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      12DEC02
RECRUITING CHEESY, SLEASY SAS TRICKS TIP CALL EXECUTE
 Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO) [mailto:rjf2@CDC.GOV]
<mailto:%5bmailto:rjf2@CDC.GOV%5d>                  12DEC02  RECRUITING
CHEESY, SLEASY SAS TRICKS TIP CALL EXECUTE
 Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO) [mailto:rjf2@cdc.gov]
<mailto:%5bmailto:rjf2@cdc.gov%5d>                  12DEC02  RE:
RECRUITING
CHEESY, SLEASY SAS TRICKS TIP CALL EXECUTE
 Ian Whitlock <WHITLOI1@WESTAT.COM>                            12DEC02
RECRUITING CHEESY, SLEASY SAS TRICKS TIP CALL EXECUTE
 Ian Whitlock <WHITLOI1@WESTAT.COM>                            12DEC02
RECRUITING CHEESY, SLEASY SAS TRICKS TIP CALL EXECUTE
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      13DEC02
FW:
SI TRAINIG QUALITY - WAS: RE: TIP MACRO FUNCTION SYMCHK OT FL
 John <bentleyj@MINDSPRING.COM>                                15DEC02
SAS
V9 AND ORACLE-TIPS AND CLUES
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      16DEC02
RESOLVE MACRO VARIABLE CONTAINING & SIGN? TIP RSTR RESCAN STR
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      07JAN03
ANTWORT:   TIP FILENAME SASAUTOS
Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>                        10JAN03
TIP
SASAUTOS (WAS   TIP FILENAME SASAUTOS)
 Ian Whitlock <WHITLOI1@WESTAT.COM>                            08FEB03
RE:
TIP FILENAME DATESTAMP
 Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>                        13FEB03
TIP:
DERIVING DIFFERENCES
 Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>                        13FEB03
TIP:
DERIVING DIFFERENCES
 SAS User <sasuser@GUILDENSTERN.DYNDNS.ORG>                    13FEB03
MS
SQL SERVER PERFORMANCE TUNING TIPS?
 "Lawson, Gavin" <gavin.lawson@QR.COM.AU>                      14FEB03
MS
SQL SERVER PERFORMANCE TUNING TIPS?
 SAS User [mailto:sasuser@GUILDENSTERN.DYNDNS.ORG]
<mailto:%5bmailto:sasuser@GUILDENSTERN.DYNDNS.ORG%5d>
14FEB03
MS SQL SERVER PERFORMANCE TUNING TIPS?
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      21FEB03
TIP:
V9 QUOTE WARNING
 Phil Mason <phil@WOODSTREET.ORG.UK>                           15APR03
NEW:
SAS TIPS NEWSLETTER
 SAS User <sasuser@GUILDENSTERN.DYNDNS.ORG>                    15APR03
NEW:
SAS TIPS NEWSLETTER
: "David L. Cassell" <cassell.david@EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV>           16APR03
SUBJECT: TIP
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      23APR03
TIP:
OPTIONS DECLARATION ORDER IS IMPORTANT
 Charles Patridge <Charles_S_Patridge@PRODIGY.NET>             24APR03
SAS
TIPS NEWSLETTER
 Phil Mason <phil@WOODSTREET.ORG.UK>                           24APR03
SAS
TIPS NEWSLETTER
 Phil Mason <phil@WOODSTREET.ORG.UK>                           29APR03
SAS
TIPS NEWSLETTER - 9
 Phil Mason [mailto:phil@woodstreet.org.uk]
<mailto:%5bmailto:phil@woodstreet.org.uk%5d>                   29APR03
SAS
TIPS NEWSLETTER - 9
 "David L. Cassell" <cassell.david@EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV>            30APR03
SASTIP: PROC FTP
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      30APR03
TIP:
APPEND VAR TO DATA SET
 "L. Bertolini" <bertolini.1@OSU.EDU>                          30APR03
SASTIP: PROC FTP
 "L. Bertolini" <bertolini.1@OSU.EDU>                          30APR03
SASTIP: PROC FTP
 "Michael L. Davis" <michael@BASSETTCONSULTING.COM>            30APR03
SASTIP: PROC FTP
 Jonathan Siegel <jmsiegel@YAHOO.COM>                          30APR03
TIP:
APPEND VAR TO DATA SET
 Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>                        30APR03
SASTIP: PROC FTP
 Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>                        30APR03
SASTIP: PROC FTP
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      05MAY03
TIP:
APPEND VAR TO DATA SET
 "Richard A. DeVenezia" <radevenz@IX.NETCOM.COM>               05MAY03
SAS
EXPLORER: TRICK OR TIP
 Jonathan Siegel <jmsiegel@YAHOO.COM>                          05MAY03
TIP:
APPEND VAR TO DATA SET
 Phil Mason <phil@WOODSTREET.ORG.UK>                           19MAY03
FW:
SAS TIPS NEWSLETTER - 18 (PAGE X OF Y IN EXCEL REPORTS)
 Phil Mason [mailto:phil@woodstreet.org.uk]
<mailto:%5bmailto:phil@woodstreet.org.uk%5d>                     19MAY03
SAS TIPS NEWSLETTER - 18
 "House, Laura" <Laura.House@CIBC.COM>                         28MAY03
NEED
EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH
 Sigurd Hermansen <HERMANS1@WESTAT.COM>                        28MAY03
NEED
EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH
 Sterling Price <Sterling.Price@WAL-MART.COM>                  28MAY03
NEED
EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH
 Sterling Price [mailto:Sterling.Price@WAL-MART.COM]
<mailto:%5bmailto:Sterling.Price@WAL-MART.COM%5d>            28MAY03
NEED
EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH
 Sterling Price [mailto:Sterling.Price@WAL-MART.COM]
<mailto:%5bmailto:Sterling.Price@WAL-MART.COM%5d>            28MAY03
NEED
EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH
 "Huang, Ya" <yhuang@AMYLIN.COM>                               29MAY03
NEED
EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH
 Braddock <gianluca.marchi@ITALY.ACNIELSEN.COM>                29MAY03
NEED
EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH
 Howard Schreier <Howard_Schreier@ITA.DOC.GOV>                 29MAY03
NEED
EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH
 Mike Rhoads <RHOADSM1@WESTAT.COM>                             29MAY03
NEED
EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH
 Roger Lustig <trovato@BELLATLANTIC.NET>                       29MAY03
NEED
EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH
 Roger Lustig <trovato@BELLATLANTIC.NET>                       29MAY03
NEED
EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH-CORRECTION
 Roger Lustig <trovato@BELLATLANTIC.NET>                       29MAY03
NEED
EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH
 Roger Lustig <trovato@BELLATLANTIC.NET>                       29MAY03
NEED
EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH-A FEW MORE DETAILS
 Roger Lustig <trovato@BELLATLANTIC.NET>                       29MAY03
NEED
EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH
 Sterling Price [mailto:Sterling.Price@WAL-MART.COM]
<mailto:%5bmailto:Sterling.Price@WAL-MART.COM%5d>            29MAY03
NEED
EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH
 Sterling Price [mailto:Sterling.Price@WAL-MART.COM]
<mailto:%5bmailto:Sterling.Price@WAL-MART.COM%5d>            29MAY03
NEED
EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH
 Mike Rhoads [mailto:RHOADSM1@WESTAT.COM]
<mailto:%5bmailto:RHOADSM1@WESTAT.COM%5d>                       30MAY03
NEED EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH
 Sterling Price <Sterling.Price@WAL-MART.COM>                  30MAY03
NEED
EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH
 Sterling Price [mailto:Sterling.Price@WAL-MART.COM]
<mailto:%5bmailto:Sterling.Price@WAL-MART.COM%5d>            30MAY03
NEED
EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH
 Roger Lustig <trovato@BELLATLANTIC.NET>                       02JUN03
NEED
EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH
 Sterling Price <Sterling.Price@WAL-MART.COM>                  02JUN03
NEED
EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH
 Thomasset Pierre <pierre.thomasset@EURONET.BE>                02JUN03
NEED
EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH
 Thomasset Pierre [mailto:pierre.thomasset@EURONET.BE]
<mailto:%5bmailto:pierre.thomasset@EURONET.BE%5d>          02JUN03  NEED
EFFICIENCY TIPS OR DIFFERENT APPROACH
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      05JUN03
SAS
TIPS NEWSLETTER - 27
 Prasad S Ravi <prasad.s.ravi@HOUSEHOLD.COM>                   05JUN03
SENT
BY: "SASR   TIP SEARCHING THE SAS-L ARCHIVES VIA LISTSERV
"David L. Cassell" <cassell.david@EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV>            02JUL03
SHELLING TIPPING SIMULATION MODEL IN JMP
 "Earley, Joseph" <JEarley@LMU.EDU>                            02JUL03
SHELLING TIPPING SIMULATION MODEL IN JMP
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      07JUL03
FW:
HOW TO OPEN THE MARCO PROGRAMS FOR EDITING? TIP V9.1
 Roland <roland@RASHLEIGH-BERRY.FSNET.CO.UK>                   27JUL03
UNIX
TIPS FOR SAS PROGRAMMERS
 Roland <roland@RASHLEIGH-BERRY.FSNET.CO.UK>                   01SEP03
MY
SAS TIPS AND LINKS TO THEM
 Roland <roland@RASHLEIGH-BERRY.FSNET.CO.UK>                   01SEP03
SOME
SAS TIPS I HAVE ADDED
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      01OCT03
TIP:
PROC OPTIONS VALUES OF GROUP
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      20OCT03
TIP:
OPTIONS SOURCE2
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      04NOV03
TIP:
V8 TO V9 PROC MIGRATE
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      08DEC03
TIP:
HOW TO ASK (SAS-L) QUESTIONS
 Don STanley <don.stanley@NBNZ.CO.NZ>                          07JAN04
TIP:
MIXING FORMATS IN A SINGLE COLUMN IN PROC REPORT
 Don STanley <don.stanley@NBNZ.CO.NZ>                          07JAN04
TIP:
MIXING FORMATS IN A SINGLE COLUMN IN PROC REPORT
 Don Stanley <don_stanley@PARADISE.NET.NZ>                     12JAN04
TIP:
PRETTYING UP PROC REPORT LINE STATEMENTS
 Don Stanley <don_stanley@PARADISE.NET.NZ>                     20JAN04
TIP:
PROC REPORT ALIGNING LINE STATEMENTS WITH ODS HTML
 Don Stanley <don_stanley@PARADISE.NET.NZ>                     21JAN04
TIP:
CORRECT SYNTAX FOR EMBEDDING RTF CHARACTERS IN PROC REPORT
 Don Stanley <don_stanley@PARADISE.NET.NZ>                     26JAN04
TIP:
WRITING RTF COMMANDS TO USE WORD STYLES TO STREAMLINE TABLE
 "Richard A. DeVenezia" <radevenz@IX.NETCOM.COM>               29JAN04
SAS
/ OLE REFERENCE/ RESOURCES - ANY TIPS?
 Alan Churchill <x@X.COM>                                      29JAN04
SAS
/ OLE REFERENCE/ RESOURCES - ANY TIPS?
 rob ashmore <rob.ashmore@MBF.COM.AU>                          29JAN04
SAS
/ OLE REFERENCE/ RESOURCES - ANY TIPS?
 "Chang Y. Chung" <chang_y_chung@HOTMAIL.COM>                  30JAN04
SAS
/ OLE REFERENCE/ RESOURCES - ANY TIPS?
 Jack Hamilton <JackHamilton@FIRSTHEALTH.COM>                  30JAN04
SAS
/ OLE REFERENCE/ RESOURCES - ANY TIPS?
 Jack Hamilton [mailto:JackHamilton@FIRSTHEALTH.COM]
<mailto:%5bmailto:JackHamilton@FIRSTHEALTH.COM%5d>            30JAN04
SAS /
OLE REFERENCE/ RESOURCES - ANY TIPS?
 bogdan romocea <br44092@GAWAB.COM>                            30JAN04
SAS
/ OLE REFERENCE/ RESOURCES - ANY TIPS?
 Alan Churchill <x@X.COM>                                      01FEB04
SAS
/ OLE REFERENCE/ RESOURCES - ANY TIPS?
 Alan Churchill <x@X.COM>                                      01FEB04
SAS
/ OLE REFERENCE/ RESOURCES - ANY TIPS?
 Alan Churchill <x@X.COM>                                      01FEB04
SAS
/ OLE REFERENCE/ RESOURCES - ANY TIPS?
 "nnever at katamail. com" <noone@NO.VOID>                     03FEB04
SAS
/ OLE REFERENCE/ RESOURCES - ANY TIPS?
 Don Stanley <don_stanley@PARADISE.NET.NZ>                     03MAR04
TIP:
CHANGE THE STATISTIC ON A PROC REPORT TOTAL LINE
 Don Stanley <don_stanley@PARADISE.NET.NZ>                     03MAR04
TIP:
RTF CODES IN PROC REPORT LINE STATEMENTS
 Don Stanley <don_stanley@PARADISE.NET.NZ>                     04MAR04
TIP:
RTF CODES IN PROC REPORT LINE STATEMENTS
 Quentin McMullen <quentin_mcmullen@BROWN.EDU>                 04MAR04
TIP:
RTF CODES IN PROC REPORT LINE STATEMENTS
 Kevin Myers <KevinMyers@AUSTIN.RR.COM>                        06MAR04
TIP:
%IF OUTSIDE OF MACRO
 Roger DeAngelis <xlr82sas@AOL.COM>                            07MAR04
TIP:
%IF OUTSIDE OF MACRO
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      09MAR04
TIP:
%IF OUTSIDE OF MACRO
 "Choate, Paul@DDS" <pchoate@DDS.CA.GOV>                       17MAY04
BEST
OF SUGI29 - TIPS & TRICKS
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      17MAY04
TIP:
V9.1 MACRO OPTION: SOURCE
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                      17MAY04
BEST
OF SUGI29 - TIPS & TRICKS
 Arthur Tabachneck <art297@NETSCAPE.NET>                       17MAY04
TIP:
CURRENT UNDER-USE OF ABBREVIATIONS, MACROS AND TEMPLATES
 "David L. Cassell" <cassell.david@EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV>            20MAY04
BEST
OF SUGI29 - TIPS & TRICKS
 Andrew Ratcliffe <rtsl@EMAIL.COM>                             02JUN04
NEW
HINTS, TIPS, AND EXPERIENCE IN NOTE:
 SAS Plumber <sasplumber@HOTMAIL.COM>                          03JUN04
NEW
HINTS, TIPS, AND EXPERIENCE IN NOTE:
m: Sober Hi                                                    23JUN04
SUBJECT: TIP CONDITIONALLY EXECUTE %INCLUDE
 "Richard A. DeVenezia" <radevenz@IX.NETCOM.COM>               28JUL04
TIP:
SAS/AF ENHANCED EDITOR
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (PHPPO)" <RJF2@CDC.GOV>                      26JAN05
TIP:
LISTMCAT: LIST MACROS IN CATALOGS
 "Fehd, Ronald J" <RJF2@CDC.GOV>                               17MAR05
TIP:
OPTIONVIEWER
 MtVictoria <MtVic105@YAHOO.CO.UK>                             18MAR05
TIP:
ADD A DESKTOP SHORTCUT TO V9 HELP FILES (V9 WINDOWS)
 "Michael S. Zdeb" <msz03@HEALTH.STATE.NY.US>                  08JUL05
PROC
MEANS TIP
 "Michael S. Zdeb" <msz03@HEALTH.STATE.NY.US>                  08JUL05
|
PROC MEANS TIP |
 Peter Crawford <peter1.crawford@CITIGROUP.COM>                08JUL05
PROC
MEANS TIP
 SASR Discussion [mailto:SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU]
<mailto:%5bmailto:SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU%5d>  On Behalf   08JUL05  PROC
MEANS TIP
 "Choate, Paul@DDS" <pchoate@DDS.CA.GOV>                       11JUL05
SAS
TIP - SAVING STATS USING PROC MEANS
 "Choate, Paul@DDS" <pchoate@DDS.CA.GOV>                       11JUL05
SAS
TIP - SAVING STATS USING PROC MEANS
 "Wright, Wendi" <wwright@ETS.ORG>                             11JUL05
SAS
TIP - SAVING STATS USING PROC MEANS
 SASR Discussion [mailto:SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU]
<mailto:%5bmailto:SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU%5d>  On Behalf   11JUL05  SAS
TIP -
SAVING STATS USING PROC MEANS
SASR Discussion [mailto:SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU]
<mailto:%5bmailto:SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU%5d>  On Behalf   11JUL05  SAS
TIP -
SAVING STATS USING PROC MEANS
 Venky Chakravarthy <swovcc@HOTMAIL.COM>                       11JUL05
SAS
TIP - SAVING STATS USING PROC MEANS
 toby dunn <tobydunn@HOTMAIL.COM>                              11JUL05
SAS
TIP - SAVING STATS USING PROC MEANS
 "Paul M. Dorfman" <sashole@BELLSOUTH.NET>                     08DEC05
SEARCHING FOR SAS PROGRAMMING TIPS: A GUIDE TO EFFICIENT SAS
 Hari <excel_hari@YAHOO.COM>                                   08DEC05
SEARCHING FOR SAS PROGRAMMING TIPS: A GUIDE TO EFFICIENT SAS
m: Geode Steele                                                15DEC05
SUBJECT:   TIP MACRO IN
 "Fehd, Ronald J" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                               19DEC05
TIP:
MACRO FREQALLVARS
 "Fehd, Ronald J" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                               19DEC05
TIP:
MACRO FREQALLVARS
m: Anitha Manohar                                              19DEC05
TIP:
MACRO FREQALLVARS
m: Pankaj                                                      19DEC05
TIP:
MACRO FREQALLVARS
 "Fehd, Ronald J" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                               04JAN06
TIP:
MACRO PUT_USER
 "Fehd, Ronald J" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                               04JAN06
TIP:
MACRO PUT_USER
m: Wainwright, Andrea                                          10MAR06
TIP:
MACRO FREQALLVARS
 "Fehd, Ronald J" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>                               16MAR06
TIP:
ARRAYNAME(CHARVAR) SOLUTION
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (CDC/CCHIS/NCHM)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>             24APR06
TIP:
V8.2, V9.1.3, V9.2
 "jakeboot@gmail.com" <jakeboot@GMAIL.COM>                     24APR06
TIP:
V8.2, V9.1.3, V9.2
 "oldkong@gmail.com" <oldkong@GMAIL.COM>                       24APR06
TIP:
V8.2, V9.1.3, V9.2
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (CDC/CCHIS/NCHM)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>             25APR06
TIP:
V8.2, V9.1.3, V9.2
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (CDC/CCHIS/NCHM)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>             25APR06
TIP:
V9.1.3, V9.2 NEW DICTIONARY TABLE
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (CDC/CCHIS/NCHM)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>             25APR06
TIP:
V9.1.3, V9.2 NEW DICTIONARY TABLE
 toby dunn <tobydunn@HOTMAIL.COM>                              25APR06
TIP:
V9.1.3, V9.2 NEW DICTIONARY TABLE
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (CDC/CCHIS/NCHM)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>             26APR06
TIP:
V9.1.3, V9.2 NEW DICTIONARY TABLE: DESTINATIONS
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (CDC/CCHIS/NCHM)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>             27APR06
GIVEN A SIMPLE DATA SET: SEEKING TIPS ON PREPARING DATA FOR
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (CDC/CCHIS/NCHM)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>             27APR06
GIVEN A SIMPLE DATA SET: SEEKING TIPS ON PREPARING DATA FOR
 "Fehd, Ronald J. (CDC/CCHIS/NCHM)" <rjf2@CDC.GOV>             27APR06
TIP:
PROC CONTENTS: 4 METHODS
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Re: SAS Tips From SAS-L Archives January 1996 to May 2006
Hi Joe, Keep up the good work. We look forward to see your next iterations. A couple of quick greps and a freq for curiosity yielded: The SAS System 08:50 Wednesday, June 21, 2006 The FREQ Procedure The very non-unduplicated/unscientific quick list of TIPsters or TIPcommenters. Cumulative Cumulative poster Frequency Percent Frequency Percent ======================================================================== ===================== Abelson_R 1 0.21 1 0.21 Alan Churchill 4 0.86 5 1.07 Alex M. Wolf 1 0.21 6 1.29 Andrew Ratcliffe 6 1.29 12 2.58 Andy Kowalczyk 1 0.21 13 2.79 Anthony Ayiomamitis 3 0.64 16 3.43 Arjen Raateland 3 0.64 19 4.08 Bassett Consulting Services, Inc. 2 0.43 21 4.51 Bernard Tremblay 4 0.86 25 5.36 Bill Rising 1 0.21 26 5.58 Blue Gum Data Analysis 1 0.21 27 ...

Re: SAS Tips From SAS-L Archives January 1996 to May 2006 #6
On Wed, 21 Jun 2006 09:14:29 -0700, Terjeson, Mark (IM&R) <Mterjeson@RUSSELL.COM> wrote: >Wow, Philip Mason with 81 >dwarfs everyone else for >being involved with TIPS. Not surprising. Phil coined (or at least popularized) the term, and for a while offered tips quite regularly. He also had a somewhat smaller series of SAS Traps (essentially "don't"s rather than "do"s). Eventually he did a whole book (http://support.sas.com/publishing/bbu/companion_site/55513.html). > > > ><again, no efforts for accuracy and> ><very unscientific/nonunduplicated.> > >31 Philip Mason >25 Phil Mason >25 Philip & Esther Mason >23 Fehd, Ronald J. >23 Peter Crawford >19 Don Stanley [snip] >1 Venky Chakravarthy >1 wei cheng >1 Wright, Wendi > > > > > >-----Original Message----- >From: SAS(r) Discussion [mailto:SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU] On Behalf Of >Terjeson, Mark (IM&R) >Sent: Wednesday, June 21, 2006 9:00 AM >To: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU >Subject: Re: SAS Tips From SAS-L Archives January 1996 to May 2006 > > >Hi Joe, > >Keep up the good work. > >We look forward to see your next iterations. > >A couple of quick greps and a freq for curiosity yielded: > > > The SAS System 08:50 >Wednesday, June 21, 2006 > > ...

SAS Tips From SAS-L Archives January 1996 to May 2006
Below is all you need to retrieve the text of the tips from the SAS-L archives: http://www.listserv.uga.edu/archives/sas-l.html Tag: From: Carina Ortseifen <Carina.Ortseifen@urz.uni-heidel . X-LSVTAG: SAS TIPS: CURRENT TIME MACRO Philip & Esther Mason <mason@NETSPACE.NET.AU> 31JAN96 SASTIP: LANDSCAPE GRAPHICS Philip & Esther Mason <mason@NETSPACE.NET.AU> 31JAN96 SASTIP: REPEATED FORMATS IN FRAME Arjen Raateland <raateland@VYH.FI> 01FEB96 SASTIP: LANDSCAPE GRAPHICS Arjen Raateland <raate...

Re: SAS-L Panel / SAS-L Archives #5
Actually, I think there are remarkably few truly wrong answers, though it's fairly common to see somebody misinterpret a question, or miss some critical point, and therefore come up with a more or less correct answer which unfortunately does not respond to the question. As to following a thread, I think that's one of the weaknesses of the archives in their present state. Threads are broken when Subject headers change. That happens when people unwisely edit them by adding a superfluous word or correcting a typo. It also seems that some e-mail software inserts blanks as a side effect of...

Re: SAS-L Panel / SAS-L Archives
An interesting problem with running text miner against SAS-L: how do you avoid returning incorrect answers? -- JackHamilton@FirstHealth.com Manager, Technical Development Metrics Department, First Health West Sacramento, California USA >>> "Howard Schreier" <Howard_Schreier@ITA.DOC.GOV> 12/23/2003 12:28 PM >>> [This is part of a report on a panel discussion about SAS-L which took place during the 2003 NESUG conference. Partcipants: Paul Dorfman, Ron Fehd, Phil Mason, Barbara Okerson, Dianne Louise Rhodes, David Septoff] On the topics of Archives ... Th...

Re: SAS-L Panel / SAS-L Archives #4
If someone follows a thread all the way to the end, then yes, the correct answer(s) will usually be found. But the Text Miner would have to be able to find "the answer you just gave was wrong, and here's why" messages, and not report the original wrong answers. That's what I think would be hard. And David's joking, of course: sometimes there are clearly and unarguably wrong answers on SAS-L. I've given them myself occasionally. -- JackHamilton@FirstHealth.com Manager, Technical Development Metrics Department, First Health West Sacramento, California USA >>> "Peter Flom" <flom@NDRI.ORG> 12/23/2003 2:17 PM >>> I think, actually, this is one of the great strengths of mailing lists; SAS-L in particular: Mistakes don't survive. If you ask an "expert", he or she may get it wrong. Everyone makes mistakes (except Ian :-). People can also misunderstand questions. But, if you post a question here, and someone posts a wrong response, or if a question is confusing, things get straightened out, usually quickly. Peter >>> "David L. Cassell" <cassell.david@EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV> 12/23/2003 4:29:34 PM >>> Jack Hamilton <JackHamilton@FIRSTHEALTH.COM> replied: > An interesting problem with running text miner against SAS-L: how do you > avoid returning incorrect answers? Come now. Surely you don't mean to imply that anyone ever gives a *wrong* answer on SAS-L...

Re: SAS-L Panel / SAS-L Archives #3
I think, actually, this is one of the great strengths of mailing lists; SAS-L in particular: Mistakes don't survive. If you ask an "expert", he or she may get it wrong. Everyone makes mistakes (except Ian :-). People can also misunderstand questions. But, if you post a question here, and someone posts a wrong response, or if a question is confusing, things get straightened out, usually quickly. Peter >>> "David L. Cassell" <cassell.david@EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV> 12/23/2003 4:29:34 PM >>> Jack Hamilton <JackHamilton@FIRSTHEALTH.COM> replied:...

SAS-L Panel / SAS-L Archives
[This is part of a report on a panel discussion about SAS-L which took place during the 2003 NESUG conference. Partcipants: Paul Dorfman, Ron Fehd, Phil Mason, Barbara Okerson, Dianne Louise Rhodes, David Septoff] On the topics of Archives ... There was general agreement that the SAS-L archives constitute an extremely valuable information resource. This was touched upon in several contexts during the discussion. Ron would like to see what could be produced by running SAS Text Miner software against the content of the archives. Barbara pointed out that the archives contain answers to a tre...

Re: SAS Advanced Programming Exam for SAS 9: SAS Joke of the year. #5
Good deal Bob, atleast that company was headed in the right direction IMO... I have given such tests and taken them. I ussually give them a data set, the specs I want them to follow, and a example of what I want the output to look like. Then I tend to give them like 4 or 5 hours if they need it to complete the project. In reallity they should be done in an hour or so. The test should be challenging but not too challenging, and the solution should involve a few data steps, procedures, and some type of reporting..... Toby Dunn Comprimise is like telling a lie, it gets easier and easier. Each comprimise you make, that becomes your standard. Perfection doesnt exist, once you reach it, its not perfect anymore. It means something else. From: Bob_Abelson@HGSI.COM Reply-To: Bob_Abelson@HGSI.COM To: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU Subject: Re: SAS Advanced Programming Exam for SAS 9: SAS Joke of the year. Date: Tue, 4 Sep 2007 17:22:59 -0400 I interviewed at a company that gave a test where I had a half hour to produce a very simple report using PROC REPORT. I was provided all the manuals I wanted, but because I had used PROC REPORT before, I wanted none of them. I finished in five minutes, and most people on SAS-L would be able to beat that time. Bob Abelson HGSI 240 314 4400 x1374 bob_abelson@hgsi.com "toby dunn" <tobydunn@HOTMAIL.COM> Sent by: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU> 09/04/2007 05:15 PM Please respond to "toby d...

Re: R vs. SAS (was Replacement for SAS (SPSS vs. SAS, redux)) #5
I think that SAS and R are very similar, even though their designs are very different. What matters is that both can be used to accomplish the same things - just as English and Swahilli serve the same purpose (communication) equally well. As for the copyleft "mess", do you really believe the propaganda and outright lies perpetrated by some companies? Remember, they want you to pay $$$ for your software, and copyleft poses a huge threat to that goal. -----Original Message----- From: Peter Flom [mailto:flom@NDRI.ORG] Sent: Thursday, February 05, 2004 12:57 PM To: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA....

Re: Converting from SAS 5 to SAS 9 #5
Mikeey I did try V8 before I sent the posting just to be sure that V5toV6 was not available and I too, found it not there. I see that Dale did not find it in a V6.12 installation. I just ran a mainframe 6.09E job and the proc is there. I find it odd that it would not be available in 6.12 since this is a V6 proc. The spelling is V5TOV6 Nat Michael Raithel <michaelraithel@W To: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU ESTAT.COM> cc: Sent by: "SAS(r) Subject: Re: Converting...

Re: SAS-L BOF at SAS Global Forum 2009 #5
Also, congrats to _null_, very well deserved indeed - i've learned a ton from many of you, and _null_ is high on that list :) -Joe On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 8:09 AM, Joe Matise <snoopy369@gmail.com> wrote: > Thanks all, very honored! It's a pleasure to learn from everyone and > occasionally return some of that learning to others. I regularly amaze my > (much more experienced) colleagues with tips from the list :) > > Hopefully I'll be able to attend one of the SGFs someday soon and meet you > all! > > -Joe > > > On Wed, Mar 25, 2009 at 7:49 PM, Arthur Tabachneck <art297@netscape.net>wrote: > >> My congratulations to DataNull and Joe, as well, both extremely well >> deserved. >> >> And, if you had as much trouble as I did in trying to click on Mike's link >> to the analyses, hopefully the following will work better: >> >> http://www.sascommunity.org/mwiki/images/3/3c/SGF_2009_SAS-L_Stats.ppt >> >> Art >> >> p.s. Many, many thanks to Ron Fehd and Art Carpenter for showing me how to >> post such links to the wiki. >> -------- >> On Wed, 25 Mar 2009 16:42:25 -0700, Nordlund, Dan (DSHS/RDA) >> <NordlDJ@DSHS.WA.GOV> wrote: >> >> >Congratulations to data _null_ (Hall of Fame) and Joe Matisse (SASLROY) >> -- >> well deserved. >> > >> >Dan >> > >> >Daniel J. Nor...

SAS-L Panel / SAS-L vs. SAS Institute Tech Support
[This is part of a report on a panel discussion about SAS-L which took place during the 2003 NESUG conference. Partcipants: Paul Dorfman, Ron Fehd, Phil Mason, Barbara Okerson, Dianne Louise Rhodes, David Septoff; also Ray Pass] On the subject of SAS-L vs. SAS Institute Tech Support ... Dianne noted that a real strength of SAS-L is that it functions 24 hours a day, seven days a week. She recalled a situation in which she helped somebody who had a project deadline on Christmas Eve. Ron pointed out that SI technical support sometimes is slower because problems often must be handed off, somet...

Re: SAS-L Panel / SAS-L as a Resource for Learning
"Howard Schreier" <Howard_Schreier@ITA.DOC.GOV> wrote: >David would like to see more people post questions and answers >together. In other words, if one encounters a problem and solves it, >with or without SAS-L help, it is worthy to document that process for >the benefit of others. I do that occasionally, and so do others, but I've found that such posts usually seem to drop into a black hole. If there's no reaction, why bother? -- JackHamilton@FirstHealth.com Manager, Technical Development Metrics Department, First Health West Sacramento, California...

Re: SAS-L Panel / SAS-L as a Resource for Learning #2
I for one have great value in teh SAS-L. Given my companies severly outdated and often masochistic view towards continual education especially in SAS and their reluctance at best to send any one to a SUGI conference or even to let one go one on their own dime, I have have to rely on other sources for my SAS learning. SAs-L is just one of a handle full of places I go for ideas and information on how to improve my existing and future code. One of the stark realities that I have come to learn over the past year about SAS is that its not as much the luanguage that makes it so great as the people...

Re: SAS-L Panel / SAS-L as a Resource for Learning #6
David L. Cassell wrote <<< pessimist: the glass is half empty optimist: the glass is half full engineer: it's a good thing I kept half my water in the emergency backup container >>> to which I add Statistician: First, we assume the glass is full. Peter ...

Re: Converting from SAS 5 to SAS 9
Dear SAS-L-ers, Al Nardi posted the following: > Has anyone ever converted a SAS 5 (scary) file to SAS 9.1 ? > I have some old (version 5) data that needs to be converted. > Al Nardi, if it had not been a Wintry 43 degrees (Fahrenheit) here in the metropolitan Washington, DC area, your question certainly would have put a chill in the air! Brrrrr! No, I have not done so, and think that you have a rough road ahead... unless, just unless, the SAS Version 5 files happen to be in Transport file format. If the SAS Version 5 files were created with PROC CPORT, they should be able to be CIMPORT-ed to SAS Version 9.x without any problems. The SAS Institute stated in the past that the SAS transport file format is _THE_ preferred method of storing and transferring old SAS files across time, space and computing platforms. Al Nardi, if your SAS V5 files are indeed in SAS transport file format, then you should seriously consider playing the lottery, because you are definitely on a winning streak! (If not, don't waste your money)! Best of luck to you in your archeological endeavor to dust off the bones of those decade-old SAS data sets! I hope that this suggestion proves helpful now, and in the future! Of course, all of these opinions and insights are my own, and do not reflect those of my organization or my associates. All SAS code and/or methodologies specified in this posting are for illustrative purposes only and no warranty is stated or implied as to their accu...

Re: SAS-L Digest - 5 Apr 2006
Hi Nick, I think the paper is fairly clear about how to implement the differential response methodology. Nevertheless, let me expand a bit more on the example you give: 1) Append the treatment and the control data sets and create a binary variable T that takes on 1 for observations from the treatment groups and 0 for the ones from the control groups. 2) Create the pairwise interactions: T * var1, T * var2, ..., T * var6. 3) Do some variable reduction: First on the control data set, then on the treatment. And take the union of the remaining variables for model building. 4) Build your mod...

Re: Google SAS-L archives #5
I don't think David "was run out of the SAS world". Yes, it certainly is a loss, but he's moved on to a higher calling: http://reformedpraise.org/ -----Original Message----- From: owner-sas-l@listserv.uga.edu [mailto:owner-sas-l@listserv.uga.edu]On Behalf Of iw1junk@comcast.net Sent: Tuesday, 10 January, 2006 12:24 PM To: SAS(r) Discussion Cc: Peetie Wheatstraw Subject: Re: Google SAS-L archives Peetie, Try http://lexjansen.com/sugi/ and choose search SAS-L. WWW.SAS-L.COM was set up by David Ward who was run out of the SAS world several years ago, much to the loss o...

Re: What r the data types in SAS? in Base SAS , and SAS SQL
> From: Amar Mundankar > Sent: Tuesday, July 21, 2009 8:10 AM > To: sas-l@uga.edu > Subject: What r the data types in SAS? in Base SAS , and SAS SQL > > Hi all, > What are the different data types in Base SAS and SAS SQL?? character, lengths from 1 to 32,000+ numeric: lengths from 2 to 8 dates are a subtype of numeric and are identified by their date, datetime, or time formats the new proc TSPL (Table Server Processing Language) supports ANSI data types: bigint, tinyint, etc. http://support.sas.com/documentation/cdl/en/tsag/30878/HTML/default/a003 065339.htm http://s...

Re: Converting from SAS 5 to SAS 9 #13
Hi Al Nardi, The current DBMS/copy version 8 still supports version 5 transport formats. So you should be able to transform them directly into version 9 datasets. I only hope you have the files correctly transferred (to Windows format) in terms of character set and end-of-line conversion. Stat/transfer possibly also may still support that versions format. Their website is not very specific about that. Regards - Jim. -- Y. (Jim) Groeneveld, MSc., Biostatistician, Science Team Vitatron B.V., Meander 1051, 6825 MJ Arnhem P.O.Box 5227, 6802 EE Arnhem, the Netherlands Tel: +31/0 26 376 7365, Fax: +31/0 26 376 7305 Jim.Groeneveld_AT_Vitatron.com (replace _AT_ by AT sign) http://www.vitatron.com, http://home.hccnet.nl/jim.groeneveld My computer and I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year. [common disclaimer] On Thu, 16 Dec 2004 14:09:57 -0500, Al Nardi <alnardi@CMXGROUP.COM> wrote: >Has anyone ever converted a SAS 5 (scary) file to SAS 9.1 ? >I have some old (version 5) data that needs to be converted. > >Thanks >Al Nardi ...

Re: Converting from SAS 5 to SAS 9 #10
http://www.sas.com/presscenter/bgndr_history.html 1985 ... Technology milestones... First SAS System release for PC DOS (Base SAS and SAS/RTERM software) is immediate success. Micro-to-mainframe link (SAS/C Compiler) is introduced for PCs linking to mainframes. Paul Choate DDS Data Extraction (916) 654-2160 -----Original Message----- From: SAS(r) Discussion [mailto:SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU] On Behalf Of Nat Wooding Sent: Friday, December 17, 2004 7:01 AM To: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU Subject: Re: Converting from SAS 5 to SAS 9 Robin I must beg to differ- A pc DOS version of SAS was announced in the spring of 1985 and ran (if you could call it that) on XTs and Ats. The cover of SAS Communications for that quarter has a picture of an AT with a SAS session. As I recall, the package arrived on about 40 5 1/4 inch floppies and was a bear to load. On my AT, a proc means of a hundred or so obs took something like a minute to run. I think that a question for Al (are you listening) is what media are these sets on - floppies (3 1/2, I hope) or mainframe tape reels? Nat Wooding Robin Templer <robin.templer@XT To: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU RA.CO.NZ> cc: Sent by: "SAS(r) Subject: Re: Converting from SAS 5 to SAS 9 Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.U GA.EDU> 12/...

Re: Deleting SAS Data from a SAS DATASET #5
I also read that this could be a problem on machines that have multiple = processors, such as running DB2; if the data is clustered and each = processor takes care of one cluster, then you could have queries all = hitting the same processor instead of distributing the load across all = processors, thus potentially slowing down queries in peak periods where = you have multiple queries at the same time, if queries tend to be based = on the month (such as bank statements). Thus I'd proceed with caution = on the idea of splitting one table into 24 tables with one view without = making sure the other consequences of doing so are fully understood. -Mary ----- Original Message -----=20 From: Mary=20 To: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU=20 Sent: Friday, August 15, 2008 4:09 PM Subject: Re: Re: Deleting SAS Data from a SAS DATASET A view helps on deletes, but I wonder how it affects performance of = querying the data- wouldn't storing the data in 24 different locations = cause a significant slowdown in perfomance upon querying the data versus = having it all in one table that is indexed? If this data is queryied a = lot but only deleted once a month, the time in querying (which probably = is in peak time) could be much more important than the time in deleting = (which could be run when the computer is not busy, such as nights or = weekends). =20 -Mary ...

Re: Converting from SAS 5 to SAS 9 #11
It's a platform issue much more than a version issue. Quoting from the V. 9 z/OS Companion (http://support.sas.com/onlinedoc/913/getDoc/en/hosto390.hlp/mvs-allsas- engines.htm): "SAS System 9 can read, but not update, libraries that were created in the V5 and V5TAPE formats. Note that the V5 and V5TAPE engines cannot be specified on the LIBNAME statement. However, SAS will identify the correct engine to use with these libraries if no engine is specified." I suspect that the V5 libraries created on OS and DOS mainframe systems had the same internal structure. Al never actually indicated what platform he is using, but he did indicate that he is running SAS on a laptop, so I think it is not z/OS. Al said that he received the datasets as e-mail attachments, so there are no media compatibility issues. I think he would have essentially the same problem if the datasets had been created yesterday on a mainframe. They have to be converted on a mainframe. On Thu, 16 Dec 2004 14:02:44 -0800, Choate, Paul@DDS <pchoate@DDS.CA.GOV> wrote: >Al - > >You don't mention your platform or storage. On v8.2 MVS SAS has v5 and >v5tape read-only library engines. [snip] On Fri, 17 Dec 2004 09:50:26 -0500, F. J. Kelley <jkelley@UGA.EDU> wrote: >I believe DOS is not the MS-DOS you're thinking of; it was >one of IBMs mainframe operating systems (the other system at >the time would have been OS --> MVS --> z/OS). Unless >written in...

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