A collection of SAS files, such as SAS data sets and catalogs
In some operating environments, a physical collection of SAS files
In some environments, a logically related collection of SAS files
All of the above
A value between 1947 and 1954, inclusive
1955 or higher
1946 or higher
The file format for files that are stored in the library
The version of SAS that you are using.
Access to other software vendors’ files
Instructions for creating temporary SAS files.
Proc sort data=sasuser .mysales By region; Run;
Dat sasuser .mysales; Set mydata .sales99; Run;
Proc print data=sasuser .mysales lable; Lable region=’ sales region ‘ ; Run;
None of the above
Proc sort data=work .calc out =finance . dividend; Run;
Proc sort dividend out=calc; By account ; Run;
: proc sort data=finance . dividend out=work . calc; By account; Run;
Proc sort from finance . divinded to calc; By accout; Run;
PROC PRINT does not create a default report ; you must specify the rows and columns to be displayed
PROC PRINT displays all observations and variable in the data set. If want an additional column for observation numbers, you can request it.
: PROC PRINT displays columns in the following order: a column for observation numbers, all character variables, and all numeric variables.
PROC PRINT displays all observations and variables it the data set, column for observation numbers on the far left , and variables in the order in which they occur in the data set
You change them.
You cancel them.
You end your SAS session
All of the above
once for each compilation phase.
Once for each DATA step statement.
Once for each record in the input file
Once for each variable in the input file.
Only for the current procedure.
Only for the current DATA step.
Only for the current SAS session.
Standard error of the mean
1 (only listing output)
As many as you want
Do not use a POINT=variable
Check for an invalid value of the POINT=variable.
Do not use an END=variable
Include an OUTPUT statement
There are no observations.
You cannot specify END=with POINT=
You cannot specify OUTPUT= with POINT=
You cannot specify STOP with END=
You cannot specify FIRST . with last .
Mean (var1 , var4)
Mean (of var1 , var4)
Mean (of var1-var4)
DO WHILE statement
Nested DO loops
DO UNTIL statement
A DO group
They can contain conditional clauses
They can generate multiple observations
They can be used to combine DATA and PROC steps
They can be used to read data
It is an executable statement
It can be used to create variables.
It must contain either all numeric or all character elements.
It must be used to define an array before the array name can be referenced.
It can be used to read character variables that contain embedded blanks
No placeholder is required for missing data.
Standard as well as nonstandard data values can be read.
Fields do not have to be separated by blanks or other delimiters.
: all of the above