4 edition of SAS Companion for the UNIX Environment and Derivatives found in the catalog.
January 4, 1991
by Sas Inst
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||273|
SAS Companion for UNIX Environments defined during the SAS installation process and is added to the list of commands that are recognized by the operating environment. Ask your system administrator what the command is that invokes SAS at your site. This book assumes that the SAS System is invoked by the sas command. Note: This book assumes that you have a basic knowledge of UNIX. Under UNIX, you can use the windowing environment, or you can run SAS in batch mode or interactive line mode. This chapter briefly describes each of these methods of running the SAS System under UNIX. For a more detailed description of the these methods, refer to the online help.
example "Sending Electronic Mail from Within the SAS System (EMAIL)" example "Sending Electronic Mail from Within the SAS System (EMAIL)" FILENAME statement for initializing SCL code for "Sending Electronic Mail from Within the SAS System (EMAIL)" SCL code for "Sending Electronic Mail from Within the SAS System (EMAIL)" script for. Details. Each autocall macro library consists of files in a UNIX directory. The directory-specification can be the pathname of a UNIX directory, a fileref, or an environment variable.. If you specify the pathname of a directory, you must enclose the name in quotation marks.
per SAS session MEMSIZE system option menu access keys messages at SAS System startup for SAS log missing values MOPEN function Motif SEE: windowing environment, customizing MSG system option MSGCASE system option MSYMTABMAX system option MVARSIZE system option. sample_code contains the SAS code for all of the examples in this book. utility_macros contains a starter set of SAS macros that you can use in your own programs. input_data contains a sample CSV (comma-separated values) file which will be used in Chapter 3. SAS for UNIX If you are running SAS for UNIX.
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SAS® Companion for UNIX Environments, Sixth Edition The UNIX Companion contains conceptual information about executing Base SAS in the UNIX operating environments.
It contains descriptions of SAS language elements that have behavior specific to UNIX. Additional Physical Format: Online version: SAS companion for the UNIX environment and derivatives.
Cary, N.C.: SAS Institute Inc., (OCoLC) UNIX environment variables are variables that apply to both the current shell and to any subshells that it creates (for example, when you send a job to the background or execute a script).
If you change the value of an environment variable, the change is passed forward to subsequent shells, but not backward to the parent shell. SAS Companion for UNIX Environments The UNIX Companion contains conceptual information about executing Base SAS in the UNIX operating environment.
It contains descriptions of SAS language elements that have behavior specific to UNIX. This section describes SAS data set options that exist only in the UNIX environment, as well as options whose behavior or syntax is specific to UNIX.
Each data set option description includes a brief “UNIX specifics” section that explains which aspect of the data set option is specific to UNIX.
For data set options that have behavior or syntax specific to UNIX, see for a complete. The SAS windowing environment supports the use of X-based graphical user interfaces (GUIs). In UNIX environments, SAS provides an X Window System interface that is based on the Motif style.
For more information about SAS in the X environment, see. Restricted options are system options whose values are determined by the site administrator. If they are restricted by your site administrator, then you cannot override them. The site administrator can create a restricted options table that specifies the option values that are restricted when SAS starts.
Any attempt to modify a system option that is listed in the restricted options table. Sharing SAS Files in a UNIX Environment Tree level 3. Node 7 of 24 Node 7 of 24 Migrating Bit SAS Files to Bit in UNIX Environments Tree level 3. SAS® Companion for UNIX Environments. Cary, NC: SAS Institute Inc.
CDs, and hard-copy books, visit the SAS Publishing Web site under the UNIX operating environment: SAS for the AIX, HP-UX, and Solaris operating environments is bit only. SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) is now the default mail handler.
The correct bibliographic citation for this manual is as follows: SAS Institute Inc. SAS® Companion for UNIX Environments, Sixth Edition. SAS Companion for the UNIX Environment and Derivatives More Specialized Books.
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SAS/GRAPH Related Books. In SAS M2, any path that you provide in a SAS program must include characters that are recognized by both the PATHENCODING environment variable and by the SAS session encoding.
Specifically, to specify a PATHENCODING value of UTF-8 in a SAS session that uses English (LANG=EN), you must specify a SAS session encoding of UTF-8 or SAS_U8. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): For a hardcopy book: No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the publisher, SAS Institute Inc.
SAS® Companion for UNIX Environments, Sixth Edition The Work library is the temporary library that is automatically defined by SAS at the beginning of each SAS session or job.
The Work library stores temporary SAS files that you create, as well as files created internally by SAS. iv Sharing SAS Files in a UNIX Environment 38 Compatible Computer Types in UNIX Environments 42 Migrating Bit SAS Files to Bit in UNIX Environments 44 Creating a SAS File to Use with an Earlier Release 45 Reading SAS Files from Previous Releases or from Other Hosts 46 Referring to SAS Files by Using Librefs in UNIX Environments 47 Specifying Pathnames in UNIX Environments For more information, see LIBNAME Statement: UNIX.
File Locking for SAS Files: The FILELOCKS System Option. By default, SAS restricts Write access to one user.
The FILELOCKS system option overrides this default for both SAS files and external files and allows multiple users to. About This Book Tree level 1. Node 1 of 8. Whatʼs New SAS® Companion for UNIX Environments, Sixth Edition When executed by SAS software, they affect only the SAS environment and the environment of any shell programs started by the SAS session.
They do not affect the environment of the shell program that began your SAS session. Book Contents: Previous: Next: SAS Companion for UNIX Environments Using SAS with the Windowing Environment Using SAS in Batch Mode Using SAS in Interactive Line Mode Interrupting or Terminating Your SAS Session Executing Operating System Commands from Your SAS Session.
Sharing External Files in a UNIX Environment Tree level 3. Node 10 of 13 Node 10 of 13 Reading from and Writing to UNIX Commands (PIPE) Tree level 3. Hi, I have used sasand Enterprise guide. Never used UNIX. Can anyone provide basic SAS commands.
I am reading "SAS companion for UNIX SAS". I would like to customize my windows as PC SAS (All explorer, editor and log in same window).
UNIX SAS gives me tough time, I. 3. Carpenter's Complete Guide to the SAS Macro Language, Second Edition, by Art Carpenter 4. Proc SQL: Beyond the Basics Using SAS, by Kirk Lafler 5. The "Companion" to SAS for the environment that you will be primarily executing SAS in; e.g.
The SAS Companion for Unix Environments. Of course, all of these opinions and insights are my own, and.Terminating a SAS Process.
If you are running the SAS windowing environment in the foreground, click Terminate in the SAS: Session Management window. If you are running a SAS process in interactive line mode in the background, use control keys to terminate the SAS process, or use the kill command.
If you click Terminate in the SAS: Session Management window, a dialog box appears, confirming.SAS Windowing Environment in UNIX Environments Tree level 3.
Node 4 of 16 Node 4 of 16 Interactive Line Mode in UNIX Environments Tree level 3.