Date: Wed, 7 May 1997 09:31:56 -0400
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From: Kenneth Milstead <milstead@POPD.IX.NETCOM.COM>
Subject: Re: Q: new macro book ??
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Ismail Parsa wrote:
> |> From: Sung-Il Cho <sungil@HOHP.HARVARD.EDU>
> |> Subject: Q: new macro book ??
> |> I hear that there is a recent manual on macro language
> |> to replace the "SAS guide to macro processing, 2nd ed., 1990".
> |> Has anybody checked out how much new stuff it contains ?
> |> i.e. is it worth buying (I'm afraid so...) ?
> I browsed through the whole manual. I think, it's a must
> if you are into macros. The only drawback is that the
> valuable examples it incorporates are spread across the
> manual. You have to take notes if you intend to find them
I agree. Our site received a (free!) copy from SAS by mail a couple
of weeks ago. It hasn't left my desk since.....
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