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Date:         Fri, 12 Sep 2003 08:28:19 -0400
Reply-To:     Charles Patridge <charles_s_patridge@PRODIGY.NET>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         Charles Patridge <charles_s_patridge@PRODIGY.NET>
Subject:      Re: Parsing for character strings

Dear Steve,

I know nothing about UNIX OS but it would seem Roland's suggestion is a good one.

In the meantime, I did a search on SASTIPS (using "search" and "replace" as keywords) on SCONSIG.com and here is what I found - maybe these could help you as well

Charles Patridge

http://support.sas.com/rnd/base/topics/datastep/dsv9-sugi-v2.pdf

TIP00356 - How to Search for a specific record using SAS LIKE and CONTAIN operators - by John J Genzano, III ; Sigurd Hermansen and Charles Patridge

TIP00345 - A Simple Example to search a Char SAS Variable to see if it contains several different strings/phrases by Charles Patridge

TIP00202 - Dynamic Table LookUp, Nested Formats, Linking, Binary / Indexed / Formatted Search by Paul Dorfman, Ian Whitlock, Karsten Self, and Peter Crawford Tip 00201 is similiar

TIP00201 - Linking, Hashing, Parent/Child, Genealogy type processing by Paul Dorfman and Charles Patridge Tip 00202 is similiar

TIP00101 - Searching for any one of a series of words by Paul M. Dorfman, S. David Riba, Faith Sloan, Charles Patridge and R. Krajcik

TIP00077 - A MACRO TOOL TO SEARCH AND REPLACE PORTIONS OF TEXT by Jennifer Lin

By typing in http://www.sconsig.com/sastips/tipxxxxx.htm you will be able to pull up these tips individually.


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