What is the fast key to change command line into comments line?
Do you guys know how to change command line into comment line in SAS
by using some fast or hot keys instead of adding symbol * or /* */?
Thanks very much!
On Jun 18, 9:21=A0pm, Xuhong <zhuxuhong2...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Do you guys know how to change command line into comment line in SAS
> by using some fast or hot keys instead of adding symbol * or /* */?
> Thanks very much!
try <Ctrl> and /.
<Ctrl> <shift> / to undo.
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I thank you!
if you were able to key in numbers so far,
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On Oct 27, 8:43=A0pm, jinto83 <jin...@sina.com> wrote:
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"First Name Last Name" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> any way to change/view particular preferences via command
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Database and Unix Administrator
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Dirk Moolman wrote:
> Is it possible to script onmonitor changes from the command line, for
> example to change the backup device using a script ?
> Dirk Moolman
> Database and Unix Administrator
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