An Array of Challenges-Test Your SAS Skills

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SAS Institute, Jun 1, 1996 - Computers - 192 pages
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Take a deep breath and prepare to be challenged. This brainteasing book is designed for you to assess your programming savvy through short, fun, and puzzling SAS programming problems. No hardware required! Test your knowledge of arrays; DATA step flow; DO loops; FREQ, MEANS, and SUMMARY procedures; MERGE, OUTPUT, RETAIN, SET, SUM, and WHERE statements; merging data sets; and reading raw data. The pace is yours; every few pages introduce a new problem and solution. To add excitement to the more advanced problems, the author has included the suggested time to beat. Good luck and have fun!

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About the author (1996)

Robert Virgile, an independent SAS trainer and computer consultant, has 15 years expertise with base SAS programming, along with extensive graphics and SAS/FSP product experience. Virgile draws on his experience in working with clients from various industry sectors on projects involving system design, reporting, and data management, along with developing and teaching classes. Virgile pulls his wealth of experience together in this witty yet challenging book.

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