BASE SAS, SAS Macros, SAS Automation, SAS STAT, ANALYTICS PACKAGE, DDE, X-Commands, System Functions etc.
I have been using SAS for more than 7 years.
MarketRx, Global Analytics, Morgan Stanley, HSBC
Masters in Applied Statistics and Informatics from IIT Bombay. Hons. in Statistics
|Carol||07/25/16||10||10||10||Yes. Thank you!|
|Carol||07/07/16||10||10||10||Ariful, Thank you for your time and .....|
Hi, You have list the folder names in a text file using "X" and "dir" command on windows or "ls" ,command in unix environment. Then read the file in a data step and store the folder names into a macro
Hi Carol, I am sorry for the delay in replying. From your question it is not clear what is exactly you are trying to achieve...can you please elaborate. What are these "2016-09-01" , "2016-10-01"
Dear Carol, I am sorry, could not reply earlier than today. I think you are looking for something like this %let today = %sysfunc( TODAY()); %let Mymonth = %sysfunc(month(&today)); %put mymonth
Dear Odko, Thank you for posting me the question. Wish you a very happy new year! You could write code like this Proc Sql; Select year, sum(death_number) as death_number From YourData Group
Dear Meagan, Please refer below links http://support.sas.com/resources/papers/proceedings10/154-2010.pdf http://support.sas.com/documentation/cdl/en/grstatproc/62603/HTML/default/viewer