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How do I work with a SAS file that was created in a different format (Linux/Windows) if I don't have access to machine t


How do I work with a SAS file that was created in a different format (Linux/Windows) if I don't have access to machine t

By : user2955524
Date : November 22 2020, 10:40 AM
Does that help I have numerous SAS datasets on my Windows 7 / SAS 9.4 machine: , You can use the colon operator or dash to shortcut your process:
code :
data out.alldata;
    set in.data_:;
run;
data out.alldata;
    set in.data19921-in.data200212;
run;
proc sql;
      describe table in.data19921;
quit;

*run create table statement here with modified lengths;

data out.alldata;
    set fake_data (obs=0)
       in.data19921-in.data200212;
run;


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By : WindyDawn
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