List of Tables

Chapter 1: Getting Started

Table 1.1: Supported Windows Environments for SAS 9.1
Table 1.2: Default SASUSER location for the Windows Operating Environments
Table 1.3: Combining the XWAIT and XSYNC System Options

Chapter 2: Interacting with SAS under Windows

Table 2.1
Table 2.2: Extended Color Key Sequences
Table 2.3: Extended Attribute Key Sequences
Table 2.4: Types of Help Available Using the Command Bar
Table 2.5: Accessible SAS Windows and Dialog Boxes

Chapter 3: Using the SAS Editors

Table 3.1: Opening Files
Table 3.2: Scrolling Commands
Table 3.3: Line Number Commands
Table 3.4: Key Sequences for Moving the Insertion Point
Table 3.5: Selecting Characters and Lines of Text
Table 3.6: Keyboard Shortcuts to Select Text
Table 3.7: Hints about Finding Coding Errors
Table 3.8: Keyboard Shortcuts for Bookmarking Lines
Table 3.9: Useful Keyboard Shortcuts
Table 3.10: Default File Extensions Recognized by the Enhanced Editor
Table 3.11: Summary of Text Drag and Drop Possibilities
Table 3.12: Summary of Drag-and-Drop Actions

Chapter 4: Using SAS Files

Table 4.1: Windows File Extensions and Their Corresponding SAS Member Types
Table 4.2: Native Library Engines
Table 4.3: Interface Library Engines
Table 4.4: Folders for the Sasuser Libref
Table 4.5: Summary of Using Version 6,7 and 8 Data Sets and Catalogs in SAS 9.1

Chapter 5: Using External Files

Table 5.1: Default File Extensions for Referencing External Files with Member- Name Syntax
Table 5.2: Reserved Windows Physical Names

Chapter 6: Managing SAS Output

Table 6.1: Specifying a Printer When You Start SAS
Table 6.2: Options for Setting Up a Printed Page
Table 6.3: Print Options That Affect The Line Size and Page Size
Table 6.4: Printing Bitmap Forms
Table 6.5: Features of the Print Preview Window
Table 6.6: SAS Commands That Open Print Dialog Boxes
Table 6.7: Graphics Import File Formats
Table 6.8: Graphics Export File Formats
Table 6.9: CGM Drivers and Documentation for Popular Graphics Packages

Chapter 7: Performance Considerations

Table 7.1: Memory Requirements for 32-Bit Environments
Table 7.2: Memory Requirements for 64-Bit Environments

Chapter 9: Using Windows System Tools with SAS

Table 9.1: Types of SAS Events
Table 9.2: Procedure for Selecting SAS Counters
Table 9.3
Table 9.4: SAS Service INI File Settings and Default Values
Table 9.5: Return Codes from Installing or Running a SAS Service

Chapter 10: Using OLE in SAS/AF Software

Table 10.1: OLE Automation Class Methods
Table 10.2: SCL Code for Populating a Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet
Table 10.3: Visual Basic Code Samples and Their SCL Equivalents

Chapter 15: Considerations for SAS/AF Programmers

Table 15.1: SAS System Options for the Main SAS Window
Table 15.2: SAS Windowing Environment Commands for the Main SAS Window

Chapter 20: Procedures under Windows

Table 20.1: SORTANOM Options for SyncSort

Chapter 22: System Options under Windows

Table 22.1: Summary of SAS System Options

Chapter 23: Length and Precision of Variables

Table 23.1: Significant Digits and Largest Integer by Length for SAS Variables under Windows

Appendix 1: SCL Methods for Automating OLE Objects

Table A1.1: SCL Methods Valid for OLE and OLE Automation

Appendix 2: Error Messages for SAS under Windows

Table A2.1: Values for the ERRORLEVEL Variable

Appendix 5: Default Key Settings for Interactive SAS Sessions

Table A5.1: Default Key Settings for SAS under Windows
Table A5.2: Key Settings for the Main SAS Window
Table A5.3: Default Keyboard Shortcuts for the Enhanced Editor
Table A5.4: Keyboard Shortcuts for the Print Preview Window

SAS 9.1 Companion for Windows
SAS 9.1 Companion for Windows (2 Volumes)
ISBN: 1590472004
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 187 © 2008-2017.
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