|Date: ||Wed, 15 May 1996 14:02:40 EET|
|Reply-To: ||Arjen Raateland <raateland@VYH.FI>|
|Sender: ||"SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>|
|From: ||Arjen Raateland <raateland@VYH.FI>|
|Organization: ||Finnish Environment Administration|
|Subject: ||Re: Windows 95 Version and user interface|
In article <319781CD.61E5@ix.netcom.com>, Andrew James Llwellyn Cary
> David Rose wrote:
>> interface really easier to use? The 6.11 Windows version is rather klunky,
>> at best. Thanks for the info!
> The demos of release 6.11 TS040 I saw at SUGI showed no major changes in
> the interface from release 6.11 TS020, mostly incremental changes and
> Look for real interface changes with Version 7...
> Andrew J. L. Cary | I Reckon that the Opinions
What sort of interface changes can be expected in version 7?
Some IT-people (former users?) in our Institute wonder when SAS is
finally going to do away with the Program Editor window and code
writing and replace this with pull-down menus. They tend to ridicule
SAS for not having a real graphical interface ....
I don't quite understand how they envisage to do all those different
DATA steps that I usually need to get data into shape for a PROC step
with pull-down menus.
But I may be all wrong of course. Perhaps some people enjoy doing
their FORTRAN coding through pull-down menus, too.
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Arjen Raateland, SAS Support
Finnish Environment Institute