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Date:         Mon, 29 Apr 1996 13:53:34 -0700
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From:         "S., James" <JAMES@UCRAC1.UCR.EDU>
Subject:      Re: FW: SAS Products Installed
Comments: To: robert_schechter@MERCK.COM

Hello Bob,

Just a minor quibble. I think the method you describe below will only tell you what products are licensed, all of which need not be installed. Man, talk about splitting hairs...

james ssemakula uc riverside TeamOS2 ---------- From: Schechter, Robert To: Sung-Il Cho; Multiple recipients of list SAS-L Subject: RE: Date: Monday, April 29, 1996 10:51AM

If you want to determine what SAS Products you have installed I:

Pull down GLOBALS -> ACCESSORIES -> SETINIT from there I can pull down LOCALS -> WINDOWS-> PROD this produces a list of SAS Products installed and their expiration date.

Best of luck.

Bob **************************************************************************** ********************************* Disclaimer: The contents of this message express only the sender's opinion. This message does not necessarily reflect the policy of Merck & Co., Inc. All responsibility for the statements made in this posting reside solely and completely with me. **************************************************************************** *********************************

On Monday, April 29, 1996 10:17AM, Sung-Il Cho replied to Todd Woodward : ---------- From: Sung-Il Cho Date: Monday, April 29, 1996 10:17AM

> From: Todd Woodward <cq691@FREENET.CARLETON.CA> ... > I want to manipulate a data set using the interactive matrix language. But > when I click on the > INTERACTIVE MATRIX LANGUAGE text in the SAS help, I get the message from > windows 3.11 that it "cannot open help file". So I have no idea what the > procedure is called, or how to use it. I am using SAS for Windows version > 6.10. > > From a 17 X 9 data set, I want to take one 11 X 3 submatrix and > post-multiply it by a 3 X 5 submatrix and save the resulting 11 X 5 matrix > to a file.

Dear Todd, if you don't see anything from 'help iml', I would worry if you really have a SAS/IML module. After making sure you do have one, here's a simplified example.

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