List of Tables

Chapter 3: Rules for Words and Names in the SAS Language

Table 3.1: Maximum Length of User-Supplied SAS Names

Chapter 4: SAS Language Elements

Table 4.1: SAS Formats and Byte Ordering
Table 4.2: Integer Binary Notation and Programming Languages
Table 4.3: Types of Financial Functions
Table 4.4: Relationship among SAS ARM Macros and ARM API Function Calls
Table 4.5: Global ARM Macro Variables
Table 4.6: Using _ARMACRO and _ARMSCL to Set the ARM Macro Environment
Table 4.7: Executable Statements in the DATA Step
Table 4.8: Declarative Statements in the DATA Step
Table 4.9: Order of Precedence for SAS Execution Mode Options

Chapter 5: SAS Variables

Table 5.1: Variable Attributes
Table 5.2: Index Type Attribute Values
Table 5.3: Resulting Variable Types and Lengths Produced When They Are Not Explicitly Set
Table 5.4: Name Range Lists
Table 5.5: Statements versus Data Set Options for Dropping, Keeping, and Renaming Variables
Table 5.6: Status of Variables and Variable Names When Dropping, Keeping, and Renaming Variables
Table 5.7: Summary of Floating-Point Numbers Stored in 8 Bytes
Table 5.8: Representation of the Numbers 256 to 272 in Eight Bytes

Chapter 6: Missing Values

Table 6.1: Numeric Value Sort Order
Table 6.2: Representing Missing Values

Chapter 7: Expressions

Table 7.1: Standard Notation for Numeric Constants
Table 7.2: Characters That Cause Misinterpretation When Following a Character Constant
Table 7.3: Arithmetic Operators
Table 7.4: Comparison Operators
Table 7.5: Logical Operators
Table 7.6: Order of Evaluation in Compound Expressions

Chapter 8: Dates, Times, and Intervals

Table 8.1: Tasks and Times, Part 1
Table 8.2: Tasks with Dates and Times, Part 2
Table 8.3: Intervals Used with Date and Time Functions
Table 8.4: Using INTCK And INTNX
Table 8.5: Single-Unit Intervals
Table 8.6: Single-Unit Time Intervals
Table 8.7: Month2 Intervals
Table 8.8: Using the INTNX Function
Table 8.9: Counting Two-Week Intervals
Table 8.10: Using INTNX to See The Beginning Date of an Interval
Table 8.11: Using INTNX to Determine When an Interval Begins
Table 8.12: Using the INTNX Function to Show the Beginning of the Next Interval

Chapter 10: SAS Output

Table 10.1: Default Destinations of SAS Output
Table 10.2: * List of Tagsets that SAS Supplies and Supports
Table 10.3: Additional Tagsets that SAS Supplies but Does Not Support
Table 10.4: Destination Category Table
Table 10.5: Default List for Each ODS Destination

Chapter 12: WHERE-Expression Processing

Table 12.1: Arithmetic Operators
Table 12.2: Comparison Operators
Table 12.3: Logical (Boolean) Operators
Table 12.4: Constructing Efficient WHERE Expressions
Table 12.5: Tasks Requiring Either WHERE Expression or Subsetting IF Statement

Chapter 15: Monitoring Performance Using Application Response Measurement (ARM)

Table 15.1: Relationship Between ARM API Function Calls and ARM Macros

Chapter 17: Printing with SAS

Table 17.1: Available Print Output Formats
Table 17.2: ODS Destinations that make use of the Universal Printing interface
Table 17.3: Commands to Open Universal Printing Windows
Table 17.4: Menu choices or commands open Universal Printing windows
Table 17.5: System options that control Universal Printing

Chapter 18: Introduction to the SAS Windowing Environment

Table 18.1: Mouse Actions and Keyboard Equivalents for z/OS
Table 18.2: List of Portable SAS Windows and Window Opening Commands
Table 18.3: Other Commands That You Can Use in the Keys Window

Chapter 20: DATA Step Processing

Table 20.1: Default Execution for Statements in a DATA Step
Table 20.2: Common Methods that Alter the Sequence of Execution
Table 20.3: Language Elements that Alter Programming Flow
Table 20.4: Causes that Stop DATA Step Execution

Chapter 21: Reading Raw Data

Table 21.1: Reading Different Types of Numeric Data
Table 21.2: Reading Instream Data and External Files Containing Leading Blanks and Semicolons
Table 21.3: Additional Data-Reading Features
Table 21.4: Informats for Native or IBM 370 Mode
Table 21.5: SAS Informats for Reading Column-Binary Data

Chapter 23: Reading, Combining, and Modifying SAS Data Sets

Table 23.1: Statements and Options That Control Reading and Writing
Table 23.2: Statements or Procedures for Combining SAS Data Sets
Table 23.3: MODIFY with BY versus UPDATE
Table 23.4: Most Common Mnemonic Values of _IORC_ for DATA Step Processing

Chapter 26: SAS Data Libraries

Table 26.1: Syntax for Assigning a Libref

Chapter 28: SAS Data Files

Table 28.1: _AT* Variables
Table 28.2: _ATOPCODE_ Values
Table 28.3: Naming Generation Group Data Sets
Table 28.4: Requesting Specific Generation Data Sets
Table 28.5: Circumstances That Cause Integrity Constraints to Be Preserved
Table 28.6: WHERE Conditions That Can Be Optimized
Table 28.7: Maintenance Tasks and Index Results

Chapter 34: Processing Data Using Cross-Environment Data Access (CEDA)

Table 34.1: SAS File Processing Provided by CEDA
Table 34.2: Compatibility Across Environments

Chapter 35: SAS 9.1 Compatibility with SAS Files From Earlier Releases

Table 35.1: File Extensions for a SAS Data File in Different Operating Environments
Table 35.2: Default Library Engine Assignment in SAS 9

Chapter 39: External Files

Table 39.1: Referencing External Files Directly
Table 39.2: Referencing External Files Indirectly
Table 39.3: Referencing Many Files Efficiently
Table 39.4: Referencing External Files with Other Access Methods

SAS 9.1.3 Language Reference. Concepts
SAS 9.1.3 Language Reference: Concepts, Third Edition, Volumes 1 and 2
ISBN: 1590478401
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 258 © 2008-2017.
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