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Date:         Thu, 18 Mar 1999 08:34:43 -0500
Reply-To:     Schechter Robert RS <robert.schecter@PHWILM.ZENECA.COM>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From:         Schechter Robert RS <robert.schecter@PHWILM.ZENECA.COM>
Subject:      Re: What does @; mean is sas script
Comments: To: "milligan7601@MY-DEJANEWS.COM" <milligan7601@MY-DEJANEWS.COM>

Milligan, Have a SAS manual? You can use the @ as a column pointer as in: PUT @21 var1; which translates to write var1 starting at column 21 or as a line-hold specifier when used as a trailing at as in: PUT @21 var1 @; which translates to write var1 starting at column 21 and (the second @) hold the line so that the next PUT (could be used in reading also) is on the same line.


* _________Bob Schechter, Systems Engineer, Pharmaceutical Information Services, Zeneca Pharmaceuticals * (302) 886-5561 Voice, 886-7525 FAX * FOC-CW3-30 *

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