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25 Data Set Options 25 Definition of Data Set Option 25 Syntax for Data Set Options 25 Using Data Set Options 25 Using Data Set Options with Input or Output SAS Data Sets 25 How Data Set Options Interact with System Options 26 Formats and Informats 27 Formats 27 Definition of a Format 27 Syntax of a Format 27 Ways to Specify Formats 28 Permanent versus Temporary Association 29 Informats 29 Definition of an Informat 29 Syntax of an Informat 29 Ways to Specify Informats 30 Permanent versus Temporary Association 31 User-Defined Formats and Informats 32 Byte Ordering for Integer Binary Data on Big Endian and Little Endian Platforms 32 Definitions 32 How Bytes Are Ordered 33 Writing Data Generated on Big Endian or Little Endian Platforms 33 Integer Binary Notation and Different Programming Languages 33 Working with Packed Decimal and Zoned Decimal Data 34 Definitions 34 Packed Decimal Data 34 Zoned Decimal Data 35 Packed Julian Dates 35 Platforms Supporting Packed Decimal and Zoned Decimal Data 35 Languages Supporting Packed Decimal and Zoned Decimal Data 35 Summary of Packed Decimal and Zoned Decimal Formats and Informats 36 Data Conversions and Encodings 38 Functions and CALL Routines 38 Definitions of Functions and CALL Routines 38 Definition of Functions 38 Definition of CALL Routines 39 Syntax of Functions and CALL Routines 39 Syntax of Functions 39 Syntax of CALL Routines 40 Using Functions 40 24 Contents 4 Chapter 4 Restrictions on Function Arguments 40 Notes on Descriptive Statistic Functions 41 Notes on Financial Functions 41 Special Considerations for Depreciation Functions 41 Using DATA Step Functions within Macro Functions 42 Using Functions to Manipulate Files 42 Using Random-Number Functions and CALL Routines 43 Seed Values 43 Comparison of Random-Number Functions and CALL Routines 43 Example 1: Generating Multiple Streams from a CALL Routine 43 Example 2: Assigning Values from a Single Stream to Multiple Variables 44 Pattern Matching Using SAS Regular Expressions (RX) and Perl Regular Expressions (PRX) Definition of Pattern Matching and Regular Expressions 45 Definition of SAS Regular Expression (RX) Functions and CALL Routines 45 Definition of Perl Regular Expression (PRX) Functions and CALL Routines 45 Benefits of Using Perl Regular Expressions in the DATA Step 46 Using Perl Regular Expressions in the DATA Step - License Agreement 46 Syntax of Perl Regular Expressions 47 Example 1: Validating Data 49 Example 2: Replacing Text 51 Example 3: Extracting a Substring from a String 52 Writing Perl Debug Output to the SAS Log 54 Base SAS Functions for Web Applications 55 ARM Macros 55 Definition of ARM Macros 55 Using ARM Macros 56 Overview of ARM Macros 56 Using Variables with ARM Macros 57 ARM API Objects 58 ID Management Using ARM Macros 58 Complex ARM Macro Call Schemes 61 Defining User Metrics in ARM Macros 63 Defining Correlators in ARM Macros 64 Enabling ARM Macro Execution 65 Setting the _ARMEXEC Macro Variable 65 Enabling ARM Macro Execution with SCL 66 Conditional ARM Macro Execution 66 Setting the Macro Environment 67 Using ARM Post-Processing Macros 68 Statements 69 Definition of Statements 69 Executable and Declarative DATA Step Statements 69 Global Statements 70 SAS System Options 71 Definition of SAS System Options 71 Syntax of SAS System Options 71 Using SAS System Options 71 Default Settings 71 Determining Which Settings Are in Effect 71 Determining Which SAS System Options Are Restricted 72 Determining How a SAS System Option Value Was Set 72 Obtaining Descriptive Information about a System Option 73 Changing SAS System Option Settings 73 How Long System Option Settings Are in Effect 74 45 SAS Language Elements Order of Precedence 75 Interaction with Data Set Options Comparisons 76 4 Using Data Set Options 25 75 What Are the SAS Language Elements?

In all other operating environments, the sign is indicated in its own byte. If the high-order bit is 1, then the number is negative. Otherwise, it is positive. The following applies to packed decimal data representation: 3 You can use the S370FPD format on all platforms to obtain the IBM mainframe configuration. SAS Language Elements 4 Working with Packed Decimal and Zoned Decimal Data 35 3 You can have unsigned packed data with no sign indicator. The packed decimal format and informat handles the representation.

For example, in the following statements the INFORMAT statement associates the DATEw. ; input @63 Birthdate Interview; An informat that is associated with an INFORMAT statement behaves like an informat that you specify with a colon (:) format modifier in an INPUT statement. ) Therefore, SAS uses a modified list input to read the variable so that 3 the w value in an informat does not determine column positions or input field widths in an external file 3 the blanks that are embedded in input data are treated as delimiters unless you change the DELIMITER= option in an INFILE statement 3 for character informats, the w value in an informat specifies the length of character variables 3 for numeric informats, the w value is ignored 3 for numeric informats, the d value in an informat behaves in the usual way for numeric informats If you have coded the INPUT statement to use another style of input, such as formatted input or column input, that style of input is not used when you use the INFORMAT statement.

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