LINESIZE= system option. Refer to the SAS documentation for your operating
environment for more information.
WHERE where-expression;
subsets the input data set by identifying certain conditions that each observation must
meet before an observation is available for processing. Where-expression defines the
condition. The condition is a valid arithmetic or logical expression that generally
consists of a sequence of operands and operators.
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KEEP= data set option
For an additional example, see “Reading Selected Variables” on page 96. For
complete documentation about the KEEP= data set option, see “KEEP= Data Set
Option” in SAS Data Set Options: Reference.
For a discussion of how to create several types of detail reports, see Chapter 27,
“Producing Detail Reports with the PRINT Procedure,” on page 433.
For complete documentation, see “REPORT Procedure” in Base SAS Procedures
For a discussion of how to create several types of summary reports, see Chapter 28,
“Creating Summary Tables with the TABULATE Procedure,” on page 473.
SAS formats
For complete documentation, see SAS Formats and Informats: Reference. Many
formats are available with the SAS software, such as fractions, hexadecimal values,
roman numerals, Social Security numbers, date and time values, and numbers written
as words.
WHERE statement
For a discussion, see “Understanding the WHERE Statement” on page 444. For
complete reference documentation about the WHERE statement, see SAS
Statements: Reference. For a complete discussion of WHERE processing, see SAS
Language Reference: Concepts.
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