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Date:         Tue, 19 Dec 2000 09:55:26 -0600
Reply-To:     hcheng@erac.com
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From:         "H. T. Cheng" <hcheng@ERAC.COM>
Subject:      Re: INTCK / INTNX: where does it stand for?
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Since we are at it, I am throwing in another one: the "DSD" of the INFILE statement. I know what magic it does, but don't know what it stands for. Any ideas?

Happy Holidays!

-Harry

-----Original Message----- From: SAS(r) Discussion [mailto:SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU]On Behalf Of Richard Phillips Sent: Tuesday, December 19, 2000 9:06 AM To: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU Subject: Re: INTCK / INTNX: where does it stand for?

I've heard SAS trainers (and Art Carpenter) pronounce INTCK as 'Int-Check' (i.e. interval check). I have no idea what INTNX may be...

Bernard Tremblay <imaginasys@HOTMAIL.COM> wrote in article <F159JDPjea2LWkdkTQU00003496@hotmail.com>... > Hi Victor, > > Since INTNX add a number of interval, and INTCK count the number of > intervals, I assume that : NX stands for Number of interval and CK stand > for Count of interval. > > Any better guess ???? > > \\\|/// > \\ - - // > ( @ @ ) > +-----oOOo-(_)-oOOo--+-----------------------------------+ > | Bernard Tremblay | | > | CSST | Tel: (418) 528-9313 | > | | Fax: (418) 528-1493 | > | | Int: Bernard.Tremblay@csst.qc.ca | > +----------------------------+---------------------------+ > | Imaginasys enr | Res: (418) 658-1411 | > | | Int: bertrem@videotron.ca | > | | Hot: imaginasys@hotmail.com | > +--------------Oooo--+-----------------------------------+ > oooO ( ) > ( ) ) / > \ ( (_/ > \_) > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ > >From: Victor Bos <vic@TIK.NU> > >Reply-To: Victor Bos <vic@TIK.NU> > >To: SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU > >Subject: INTCK / INTNX: where does it stand for? > >Date: Tue, 19 Dec 2000 12:48:17 +0100 > > > >Hello everybody, > > > >Although I use these functions quite a lot, I continuously mix the two up. > >As a result, I must always look up one of the two functions in the manual > >to > >find out which one I should use. > >I think that it may help, if I would know where the CK and the NX stand > >for, > >assuming that INT means Interval! > > > >Anybody who knows this? > > > >tia, > > > >Victor. > > _________________________________________________________________________ > Get Your Private, Free E-mail from MSN Hotmail at http://www.hotmail.com. >


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