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Step-by-Step Programming with Base SAS 9.4 by SAS Institute

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Working with SAS Programs

Editor Window

Overview

When you work with SAS programs, you typically use the SAS programming windows (the Editor, Log, and Output windows). Of these programming windows, the Editor is the window that you might use most often. It enables you to do the following:
  • Enter and submit the program statements that define a SAS program.
  • Edit text.
  • Store your program in a file.
  • Copy contents from an already-created file.
  • Copy contents into another file.
Display 41.7 The Editor Window with Line Numbers Turned On
The Editor Window with Line Numbers Turned On
Note: The Program Editor window shown here includes line numbers. You might find line numbers ...

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