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Date:         Wed, 7 Mar 2001 02:37:13 GMT
Reply-To:     Dominic Roy <roy.dominic@SYMPATICO.CA>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         Dominic Roy <roy.dominic@SYMPATICO.CA>
Organization: DMR Conseil
Subject:      Re: Downloadable old SAS-L archives
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Hi Howard,

I missed the point, I understand the value of those archives.

Thanks again.

Dominic Roy DMR Consulting

Howard Schreier wrote:

> The archives at UGA go back about five years, but SAS-L is over 14 years > old. > > For most purposes, a search over the past five years is adequate. Topics > tend to be revisited from time to time, and advancements in the capability > of both SAS and the environments in which it runs have overtaken a lot of > old answers. Nevertheless, for some purposes a search going back to Day One > is desirable. > > On Tue, 6 Mar 2001 15:48:34 GMT, Dominic Roy <roy.dominic@SYMPATICO.CA> > wrote: > > >> David Ward wrote: >> >> >>> I have made the archives through 1995 available at >> > (or directly from > As many have pointed out, > there is no web-based search available on these old files. You are free to > download the archives and search through them locally. > >>> Hope this is helpful, >>> >>> David Ward >> >> Hi Dave, >> Can I suggest you to take a look at >> >> >> >> This is the complete list of SAS_L archives with a search engine. Maybe >> you can take your money and time to have dinner with your wife. >> >> I appreciate your work ;) >> >> Dominic Roy >> DMR Consulting >> Quebec, Canada

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