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SAS-L archives – October 2002, week 1

  1. Re: How many SAS programmers are there? (14 lines)
    From: randy cartwright <randall.cartwright@GTE.NET>

  2. Read: Help with Proc Tabulate (33 lines)
    From: Witness <bmeyer67@CALVIN.EDU>

  3. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (120 lines)
    From: John J Genzano, III <jgenzano@GENZANO.COM>

  4. Re: SAS OnLine Error = Search Error: Java.Lang.NullPointerException (28 lines)
    From: krzysoporanku <krzysoporanku@POCZTA.ONET.PL>

  5. Re: Lag (71 lines)
    From: Gianluca Marchi <marchi.gianluca@LIBERO.IT>

  6. Re: FW: SAS OnLine Error = Search Error: Java.Lang.NullPointerExcepti on (106 lines)
    From: Graeme.Kirton@FILCS.COM

  7. (성인광고)국내최초 성인전문 무료가격비교사이트 바이나이트 오픈 (76 lines)
    From: 바이나이트 <master@BUYNIGHT.COM>

  8. Not read: Help with Proc Tabulate (17 lines)
    From: Houenou, Adebola, Covidence GmbH <Adebola.Houenou@COVIDENCE.COM>

  9. Re: Last record in a dataset (289 lines)
    From: Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>

  10. Re: Now getting "Not Read" messages (45 lines)
    From: John P. Ball <john.ball@SZOOEK.SLU.SE>

  11. Re: Not receiving sas-L correspondence (77 lines)
    From: Jim Groeneveld <J.Groeneveld@ITGROUPS.COM>

  12. Inserting blank lines into a dataset...... (25 lines)
    From: Tom Ragan <tom.ragan@EUROPE.PPDI.COM>

  13. Re: Inserting blank lines into a dataset...... (64 lines)
    From: Jim Groeneveld <J.Groeneveld@ITGROUPS.COM>

  14. Re: Just Selecting! (THANKS !!!) (23 lines)
    From: Franz <franz_cl2003@YAHOO.FR>

  15. Re: Inserting blank lines into a dataset...... (151 lines)
    From: Jim Groeneveld <J.Groeneveld@ITGROUPS.COM>

  16. Re: Inserting blank lines into a dataset...... (159 lines)
    From: Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>

  17. Re: GARCH(1,1) estimation and IML (355 lines)
    From: Tirthankar C. Patnaik <tir@IGIDR.AC.IN>

  18. Re: FW: SAS OnLine Error = Search Error: Java.Lang.NullPointerException (103 lines)
    From: Carol Gosselin <clgossel@GW.FIS.NCSU.EDU>

  19. Re: The sign of recency and the performance of logistic model (97 lines)
    From: Jim Groeneveld <J.Groeneveld@ITGROUPS.COM>

  20. Re: consulting question (17 lines)
    From: Charles Patridge <Charles_S_Patridge@PRODIGY.NET>

  21. Not read: SAS-L Digest - 27 Sep 2002 - Special issue (#2002-1372) (17 lines)
    From: Richard Tedesco <tedesco@OQM.RUTGERS.EDU>

  22. If then statement (12 lines)
    From: Ellen Rains <erains@NERI.ORG>

  23. Re: Now getting "Not Read" messages (179 lines)
    From: Carol Bristow <Carol.Bristow@DPRA.COM>

  24. Re: If then statement (40 lines)
    From: Peter Flom <flom@NDRI.ORG>

  25. Re: If then statement (45 lines)
    From: Jim Groeneveld <J.Groeneveld@ITGROUPS.COM>

  26. Re: Lag (93 lines)
    From: Howard_Schreier@ITA.DOC.GOV

  27. Re: If then statement (25 lines)
    From: Magnus Mengelbier <magnus.mengelbier@FERRING.COM>

  28. If then statement (with data) (27 lines)
    From: Ellen Rains <erains@NERI.ORG>

  29. Re: Individual count for each Record (75 lines)
    From: fred <xkrim3@HOTMAIL.COM>

  30. running MS-Access macros or make-table/append queries from SAS (63 lines)
    From: Jennifer R. Holdcraft <jrholdcraft@AEP.COM>

  31. Re: If then statement (with data) (50 lines)
    From: John Whittington <John.W@MEDISCIENCE.CO.UK>

  32. Re: If then statement (with data) (64 lines)
    From: Jim Groeneveld <J.Groeneveld@ITGROUPS.COM>

  33. Re: Last record in a dataset (47 lines)
    From: John Whittington <John.W@MEDISCIENCE.CO.UK>

  34. Re: If then statement (with data) (64 lines)
    From: Jim Groeneveld <J.Groeneveld@ITGROUPS.COM>

  35. Getting Formatted Frequencies in a One-Way Proc Freq Table (226 lines)
    From: Gerstle, John <yzg9@CDC.GOV>

  36. Re: Individual count for each Record (31 lines)
    From: fred <xkrim3@HOTMAIL.COM>

  37. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (30 lines)
    From: John Whittington <John.W@MEDISCIENCE.CO.UK>

  38. Re: Getting Formatted Frequencies in a One-Way Proc Freq Table (95 lines)
    From: Jim Groeneveld <J.Groeneveld@ITGROUPS.COM>

  39. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (60 lines)
    From: Deshon, Joe A [PCS] <jdesho01@SPRINTSPECTRUM.COM>

  40. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (56 lines)
    From: Puddin' Man <pudding_man@LYCOS.COM>

  41. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (47 lines)
    From: Douglas, Seymour (CCI-Atlanta) <Seymour.Douglas@COX.COM>

  42. Subject: Can SAS pass a parameter to Excel in a Batch job? (39 lines)
    From: Charles Patridge <Charles_S_Patridge@PRODIGY.NET>

  43. Re: Getting Formatted Frequencies in a One-Way Proc Freq Table (133 lines)
    From: Jim Groeneveld <J.Groeneveld@ITGROUPS.COM>

  44. Re: Getting Formatted Frequencies in a One-Way Proc Freq Table (103 lines)
    From: Gerstle, John <yzg9@CDC.GOV>

  45. Re: job: quant/statistician - finance/hedge fund (7 lines)
    From: Xiaoyuan <zhux@FLCOURTS.ORG>

  46. Re: Clinical trials SAS code generator (35 lines)
    From: Boyd Newlin <newlin@ATTBI.COM>

  47. how to use || for macro variable (21 lines)
    From: John Cui <cuij@CSHS.ORG>

  48. Re: how to use || for macro variable (49 lines)
    From: Parent, David <david.parent@CAPITALONE.COM>

  49. Position Available (100 lines)
    From: Amy Taczanowsky <ATaczanowsky@CSUSTAN.EDU>

  50. Re: How to detect SAS.EXE version via Windows File Property ? (378 lines)
    From: Walter Scott <Walter.Scott@STATE.TN.US>

  51. Re: How many SAS programmers are there? (32 lines)
    From: Braten, Michael (Exchange) <mbraten@BEAR.COM>

  52. Re: Logistic regression questions (48 lines)
    From: Mike Richardson <m_k_rich@AMERITECH.NET>

  53. Detecting letters in a character variable (17 lines)
    From: Liz Hare <eh51@CORNELL.EDU>

  54. PM Consulting- New Vacancies, **please re-send CV if already applied to us** (30 lines)
    From: Stuart Ford <pm-consulting@GET-A-JOB.CO.UK>

  55. Re: FW: SAS OnLine Error = Search Error: Java.Lang.NullPointerExc epti on (127 lines)
    From: Miller, John <millerj@WSIPP.WA.GOV>

  56. Re: Detecting letters in a character variable (42 lines)
    From: Quentin McMullen <QuentinMcMullen@WESTAT.COM>

  57. Re: Detecting letters in a character variable (24 lines)
    From: roland.rashleigh-berry <roland.rashleigh-berry@NTLWORLD.COM>

  58. Re: FW: SAS OnLine Error = Search Error: Java.Lang.NullPointerExc eption (120 lines)
    From: Miller, John <millerj@WSIPP.WA.GOV>

  59. Re: Detecting letters in a character variable (49 lines)
    From: David L. Ward <dward@SASHELP.COM>

  60. Re: Detecting letters in a character variable (36 lines)
    From: roland.rashleigh-berry <roland.rashleigh-berry@NTLWORLD.COM>

  61. Re: SAS OnLine Error = Search Error: Java.Lang.NullPointerExcepti on (39 lines)
    From: Miller, John <millerj@WSIPP.WA.GOV>

  62. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (132 lines)
    From: Dorfman, Paul <Paul.Dorfman@BCBSFL.COM>

  63. Re: Detecting letters in a character variable (51 lines)
    From: Gregg Snell <gsnell@DATASAVANTCONSULTING.COM>

  64. Re: Detecting letters in a character variable (87 lines)
    From: Dorfman, Paul <Paul.Dorfman@BCBSFL.COM>

  65. Re: Getting Formatted Frequencies in a One-Way Proc Freq Table (78 lines)
    From: Mike Rhoads <RHOADSM1@WESTAT.COM>

  66. Re: Detecting letters in a character variable (58 lines)
    From: Mike Rhoads <RHOADSM1@WESTAT.COM>

  67. Re: Lag (131 lines)
    From: Huck <huck@FINN.NOSPAM.COM>

  68. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (28 lines)
    From: David L. Cassell <Cassell.David@EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV>

  69. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (34 lines)
    From: Huck <huck@FINN.NOSPAM.COM>

  70. Re: Clinical trials SAS code generator (53 lines)
    From: Huck <huck@FINN.NOSPAM.COM>

  71. Re: PM Consulting- New Vacancies, **please re-send CV if already applied to us** (26 lines)
    From: Charles Patridge <Charles_S_Patridge@PRODIGY.NET>

  72. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (160 lines)
    From: Douglas, Seymour (CCI-Atlanta) <Seymour.Douglas@COX.COM>

  73. interupting a SAS session (10 lines)
    From: Anthony Kilili <akilili@INSIGHTBB.COM>

  74. Quick format and label? (22 lines)
    From: Mike Fay <rmf4@CDC.GOV>

  75. Not read: Help with Proc Tabulate (37 lines)
    From: Kevin Auslander <kevin.auslander@CCSITEAM.COM>

  76. Re: Getting Formatted Frequencies in a One-Way Proc Freq Table (90 lines)
    From: Gerstle, John <yzg9@CDC.GOV>

  77. Re: Quick format and label? (64 lines)
    From: Jack Hamilton <JackHamilton@FIRSTHEALTH.COM>

  78. Re: If then statement (32 lines)
    From: Nevseta, Floyd G <Floyd.G.Nevseta@BANKOFAMERICA.COM>

  79. Re: The sign of recency and the performance of logistic model (15 lines)
    From: Steve Albert <SAlbert@AOL.COM>

  80. OUTPUT (54 lines)
    From: Asheber Sewalem <sewalem@CDN.CA>

  81. Re: interupting a SAS session (53 lines)
    From: Dorfman, Paul <Paul.Dorfman@BCBSFL.COM>

  82. Re: The sign of recency and the performance of logistic model (75 lines)
    From: Douglas, Seymour (CCI-Atlanta) <Seymour.Douglas@COX.COM>

  83. Re: If then statement (with data) (46 lines)
    From: Mike Richardson <m_k_rich@AMERITECH.NET>

  84. Re: interupting a SAS session (100 lines)
    From: Conley, Brian <brian.conley@AAIINTL.COM>

  85. Re: OUTPUT (65 lines)
    From: Huck <huck@FINN.NOSPAM.COM>

  86. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (29 lines)
    From: Tim Churches <tchur@OPTUSHOME.COM.AU>

  87. Re: interupting a SAS session (22 lines)
    From: Anthony Kilili <akilili@INSIGHTBB.COM>

  88. Re: interupting a SAS session (41 lines)
    From: Anthony Kilili <akilili@INSIGHTBB.COM>

  89. Better way to code this??? (10998 lines)
    From: Jeff Morison <jmt_mtf@YAHOO.COM>

  90. ERRORABEND not abending (84 lines)
    From: Buchanan, Gordon <Gordon.Buchanan@GMACRFC.COM>

  91. data manuplation (51 lines)
    From: Elcin YENIDUNYA <yenidunyae@HOTMAIL.COM>

  92. Re: Better way to code this??? (54 lines)
    From: Mary Beth Worley <maworley@NMSU.EDU>

  93. Re: dde w/ MSAccess is truncating last obs (64 lines)
    From: Brian Winkler <brian.winkler@AMS.COM>

  94. Re: Better way to code this??? (11033 lines)
    From: Jeff Voeller <c-Jeff.Voeller@WCOM.COM>

  95. Re: data manuplation (100 lines)
    From: Chakravarthy, Venky <Venky.Chakravarthy@PFIZER.COM>

  96. Re: Better way to code this??? (97 lines)
    From: Jack Hamilton <JackHamilton@FIRSTHEALTH.COM>

  97. Re: Better way to code this??? (72 lines)
    From: William W. Viergever <wwvierg@ATTGLOBAL.NET>

  98. Re: ERRORABEND not abending (64 lines)
    From: Jack Hamilton <JackHamilton@FIRSTHEALTH.COM>

  99. Re: Better way to code this??? (91 lines)
    From: Kenneth Moody <KennethMoody@FIRSTHEALTH.COM>

  100. Re: Better way to code this??? (79 lines)
    From: Droogendyk, Harry <Harry.Droogendyk@CIBC.COM>

  101. PROC mODEL exits on the 1st error (20 lines)
    From: Sreedhar Bharath <sbharath@STERN.NYU.EDU>

  102. SAS viewer to see data set label? (20 lines)
    From: Huang, Ya <ya.huang@PFIZER.COM>

  103. Re: Better way to code this??? (103 lines)
    From: Droogendyk, Harry <Harry.Droogendyk@CIBC.COM>

  104. Thanks - Re: Better way to code this??? (133 lines)
    From: Jeff Morison <jmt_mtf@YAHOO.COM>

  105. Re: Proc LP (37 lines)
    From: David L. Cassell <Cassell.David@EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV>

  106. Image Entry in a SAS Catalog for an AF Image Viewer Control (14 lines)
    From: Deborah Testa <dtesta@SEVENOFNINESYSTEMS.COM>

  107. W32.Elkern removal tools (20 lines)
    From: images <images@NET2BUSINESS.COM>

  108. Re: Image Entry in a SAS Catalog for an AF Image Viewer Control (46 lines)
    From: Richard A. DeVenezia <radevenz@IX.NETCOM.COM>

  109. The Garden of Eden (25 lines)
    From: info <info@CHEFSRESOURCE.COM>

  110. Re: Inserting blank lines into a dataset...... (182 lines)
    From: lpogoda <lpogoda@HOTMAIL.COM>

  111. HBOS plc Automated Email Administrator (13 lines)
    From: HBOS plc Email Administrator <smtpadmin@HBOSPLC.COM>

  112. Antigen found VIRUS= Exploit.IFrame.FileDownload (Kaspersky) virus (10 lines)
    From: Antigen@LISTSERV.CC.UGA.EDU

  113. Re: Subject: Can SAS pass a parameter to Excel in a Batch job? (62 lines)
    From: Richard A. DeVenezia <radevenz@IX.NETCOM.COM>

  114. Re: Better way to code this??? (31 lines)
    From: Howard_Schreier@ITA.DOC.GOV

  115. [성인광고] 상상속 세상구경하기 예~요!!.... (41 lines)
    From: 이미지 <sis2m@DREAMWIZ.COM>

  116. HBOS plc Automated Email Administrator (13 lines)
    From: HBOS plc Email Administrator <smtpadmin@HBOSPLC.COM>

  117. [성인광고] 모텔몰카의 결정판!! (31 lines)
    From: 엑스모텔 <shop_master4989@HOTMAIL.COM>

  118. Re: SAS viewer to see data set label? (21 lines)
    From: krzysoporanku <krzysoporanku@POCZTA.ONET.PL>

  119. Problems to get access to an ORACLE database using SAS (New Library) (29 lines)
    From: Beat <zurich_nord@HOTMAIL.COM>

  120. subscribe (11 lines)
    From: Hayrettin OKUT <hokut@HOTMAIL.COM>

  121. Re: Better way to code this??? (26 lines)
    From: Dr. Olaf Kruse <olaf.kruse@VST-GMBH.DE>

  122. Multiple file read in DIFFERENT subdirs? (26 lines)
    From: Poul Ravn Srensen <poulravn1@HOTMAIL.COM>

  123. Re: Multiple file read in DIFFERENT subdirs? (44 lines)
    From: Jan Selchau-Hansen <jan@SELCHAU-HANSEN.DK>

  124. Re: Multiple file read in DIFFERENT subdirs? (72 lines)
    From: Jim Groeneveld <J.Groeneveld@ITGROUPS.COM>

  125. Re: data manuplation (85 lines)
    From: Jim Groeneveld <J.Groeneveld@ITGROUPS.COM>

  126. Re: ERRORABEND not abending (44 lines)
    From: Gerhard Hellriegel <ghellrieg@T-ONLINE.DE>

  127. Re: How many SAS programmers are there? (13 lines)
    From: Robert Stratton <rstratton@PHD.CO.UK>

  128. Re: Better way to code this??? (24 lines)
    From: Gerhard Hellriegel <ghellrieg@T-ONLINE.DE>

  129. Proc LP (241 lines)
    From: McAllaster, Douglas L. LTC <mcallasterd@LEE.ARMY.MIL>

  130. Re: The sign of recency and the performance of logistic model (53 lines)
    From: John Whittington <John.W@MEDISCIENCE.CO.UK>

  131. Re: How many SAS programmers are there? (34 lines)
    From: John Whittington <John.W@MEDISCIENCE.CO.UK>

  132. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (36 lines)
    From: John Whittington <John.W@MEDISCIENCE.CO.UK>

  133. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (45 lines)
    From: John Whittington <John.W@MEDISCIENCE.CO.UK>

  134. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (42 lines)
    From: John Whittington <John.W@MEDISCIENCE.CO.UK>

  135. creating sas subset (17 lines)
    From: Girish <girish_78@YAHOO.COM>

  136. Re: creating sas subset (21 lines)
    From: Livingston, Arthur (OIG/OAS) <ALIVINGSTON@OIG.HHS.GOV>

  137. Re: creating sas subset (37 lines)
    From: Droogendyk, Harry <Harry.Droogendyk@CIBC.COM>

  138. Re: creating sas subset (35 lines)
    From: Fuchs, Tom <Tom.Fuchs@LGEENERGY.COM>

  139. Re: ERRORABEND not abending (8 lines)
    From: Buchanan, Gordon <gordon.buchanan@GMACRFC.COM>

  140. Re: How many SAS programmers are there? (44 lines)
    From: Fuchs, Tom <Tom.Fuchs@LGEENERGY.COM>

  141. THE ULTIMATE DRUG STORE! (82 lines)
    From: Yellow <osulj@I-FRANCE.COM>

  142. Re: How many SAS programmers are there? (35 lines)
    From: John Whittington <John.W@MEDISCIENCE.CO.UK>

  143. Request For Relationship And Laser Grading Quote (58 lines)
    From: icerink-installer <unknown@UNKNOWN.COM>

  144. ERROR IN PROC MODEL (45 lines)
    From: Sreedhar Bharath <sbharath@STERN.NYU.EDU>

  145. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (115 lines)
    From: Jim Groeneveld <J.Groeneveld@ITGROUPS.COM>

  146. Re: How many SAS programmers are there? (26 lines)
    From: Bruce Erlichman <berlichman@NYC.RR.COM>

  147. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (43 lines)
    From: John Whittington <John.W@MEDISCIENCE.CO.UK>

  148. Re: 4GL manual? and a question on variable (53 lines)
    From: Mary Beth Worley <maworley@NMSU.EDU>

  149. Re: 4GL manual? and a question on variable (97 lines)
    From: Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>

  150. Re: 4GL manual? and a question on variable (77 lines)
    From: diskin.dennis@KENDLE.COM

  151. Re: ERRORABEND not abending (25 lines)
    From: Gerhard Hellriegel <ghellrieg@T-ONLINE.DE>

  152. Grwoth Curve model in Proc Mixed (52 lines)
    From: William Dudley <william.dudley@NURS.UTAH.EDU>

  153. Why do I keep getting this error? (46 lines)
    From: Jeff Morison <jmt_mtf@YAHOO.COM>

  154. Re: SAS viewer to see data set label? (35 lines)
    From: Huang, Ya <ya.huang@PFIZER.COM>

  155. Re: How many SAS programmers are there? (23 lines)
    From: David L. Cassell <Cassell.David@EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV>

  156. Re: Why do I keep getting this error? (78 lines)
    From: John J Genzano, III <jgenzano@GENZANO.COM>

  157. Re: Grwoth Curve model in Proc Mixed (76 lines)
    From: Paul R Swank <Paul.R.Swank@UTH.TMC.EDU>

  158. Re: Detecting letters in a character variable (58 lines)
    From: Howard_Schreier@ITA.DOC.GOV

  159. Re: Why do I keep getting this error? (57 lines)
    From: Gerhard Hellriegel <ghellrieg@T-ONLINE.DE>

  160. Re: Clinical trials SAS code generator (50 lines)
    From: Amy Swinford <aimless35@QWEST.NET>

  161. Re: Why do I keep getting this error? (84 lines)
    From: diskin.dennis@KENDLE.COM

  162. Superscript in Proc Report (58 lines)
    From: Qin, Frank <Frank_Qin@CHIRON.COM>

  163. Re: Superscript in Proc Report (65 lines)
    From: Chakravarthy, Venky <Venky.Chakravarthy@PFIZER.COM>

  164. Re: Request For Relationship And Laser Grading Quote (102 lines)
    From: Huck <huck@FINN.NOSPAM.COM>

  165. ScanMail Message: To Sender, sensitive content found and action t aken. (58 lines)
    From: System Attendant <EXCHANGE-SA@WINTHROP.ORG>

  166. ScanMail Message: To Sender, sensitive content found and action t aken. (58 lines)
    From: System Attendant <EXCHANGE-SA@WINTHROP.ORG>

  167. Re: Why do I keep getting this error? (23 lines)
    From: seeliger <seeliger@MERCURY.COR.EPA.GOV>

  168. Re: Logistic regression questions (88 lines)
    From: David Izrael <david_izrael@ABTASSOC.COM>

  169. Re: Superscript in Proc Report (72 lines)
    From: Huang, Ya <ya.huang@PFIZER.COM>

  170. Re: Superscript in Proc Report (22 lines)
    From: Karl K. <karlstudboy@HOTMAIL.COM>

  171. Re: Grwoth Curve model in Proc Mixed (94 lines)
    From: Dale McLerran <stringplayer_2@YAHOO.COM>

  172. Re: Better way to code this??? (75 lines)
    From: Nevseta, Floyd G <Floyd.G.Nevseta@BANKOFAMERICA.COM>

  173. Re: Why do I keep getting this error? (69 lines)
    From: Roger Lustig <trovato@BELLATLANTIC.NET>

  174. which version (22 lines)
    From: Casey Pierce <casey@SDAC.HARVARD.EDU>

  175. Re: which version (101 lines)
    From: Greg Woolridge <greg.woolridge@TAP.COM>

  176. Re: Detecting letters in a character variable (69 lines)
    From: Gary Ross <gary_ross@MGIC.COM>

  177. Re: which version (47 lines)
    From: diskin.dennis@KENDLE.COM

  178. Re: 4GL manual? and a question on variable (73 lines)
    From: Huck <huck@FINN.NOSPAM.COM>

  179. Creating a variable with N/D and percent (30 lines)
    From: Amanda <amrlar2002@YAHOO.COM>

  180. Stop! Major Internet Marketing Event (59 lines)
    From: davideck@THEPROFITCENTER.CC

  181. Access "Description" imported to the SAS "Label" -- How? (38 lines)
    From: Brian <blenius@GMU.EDU>

  182. Re: Creating a variable with N/D and percent (66 lines)
    From: Huang, Ya <ya.huang@PFIZER.COM>

  183. Re: Creating a variable with N/D and percent (128 lines)
    From: Dale McLerran <stringplayer_2@YAHOO.COM>

  184. Macro Help: Random Number/Letter Generator (847 lines)
    From: Gerstle, John <yzg9@CDC.GOV>

  185. Re: Creating a variable with N/D and percent (91 lines)
    From: Chakravarthy, Venky <Venky.Chakravarthy@PFIZER.COM>

  186. PROC SQL, union, PROC SORT, nodup (98 lines)
    From: Talbot Katz <TopKatz@MSN.COM>

  187. generating multiple spreadsheets dynamically (22 lines)
    From: Vaishali Joshi <vjoshi73@YAHOO.COM>

  188. Substring Qn. (30 lines)
    From: Jeff Morison <jmt_mtf@YAHOO.COM>

  189. Re: PROC SQL, union, PROC SORT, nodup (123 lines)
    From: Sigurd Hermansen <HERMANS1@WESTAT.COM>

  190. Re: generating multiple spreadsheets dynamically (42 lines)
    From: Jack Hamilton <JackHamilton@FIRSTHEALTH.COM>

  191. Re: Substring Qn. (49 lines)
    From: Karl K. <karlstudboy@HOTMAIL.COM>

  192. Re: Macro Help: Random Number/Letter Generator (189 lines)
    From: Richard A. DeVenezia <radevenz@IX.NETCOM.COM>

  193. Re: PROC SQL, union, PROC SORT, nodup (129 lines)
    From: lpogoda <lpogoda@HOTMAIL.COM>

  194. Re: PROC SQL, union, PROC SORT, nodup (138 lines)
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  195. Re: Macro Help: Random Number/Letter Generator (251 lines)
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  196. macro question (204 lines)
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  197. Educational Computer Blowouts! (261 lines)
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  198. (성인광고)**프리섹스주의자들만보세요** (218 lines)
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  199. Re: Creating a variable with N/D and percent (91 lines)
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  200. Re: macro question (235 lines)
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  201. Re: Substring Qn. (80 lines)
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  202. Re: Creating a variable with N/D and percent (128 lines)
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  203. Re: which version (47 lines)
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  204. Re: which version (75 lines)
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  205. Stop! Major Internet Marketing Event (59 lines)
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  206. Getting the date-of-creating off a dir/b/s list (24 lines)
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  207. Re: which version (30 lines)
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  208. Re: Getting the date-of-creating off a dir/b/s list (58 lines)
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  209. Re: Getting the date-of-creating off a dir/b/s list (100 lines)
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  210. Re: Getting the date-of-creating off a dir/b/s list (166 lines)
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  211. Re: Getting the date-of-creating off a dir/b/s list (128 lines)
    From: Magnus Mengelbier <magnus.mengelbier@FERRING.COM>

  212. Re: Macro Help: Random Number/Letter Generator (90 lines)
    From: Gerstle, John <yzg9@CDC.GOV>

  213. Re: Macro Help: Random Number/Letter Generator (62 lines)
    From: Jim Groeneveld <J.Groeneveld@ITGROUPS.COM>

  214. Re: Getting the date-of-creating off a dir/b/s list (196 lines)
    From: Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>

  215. Re: Cleaning Up Customer Names (42 lines)
    From: Susie Li <Susie.Li@US.SANOFI.COM>

  216. Re: PROC SQL, union, PROC SORT, nodup (33 lines)
    From: Talbot Katz <TopKatz@MSN.COM>

  217. Re: Cleaning Up Customer Names (86 lines)
    From: Syed, Mahammad Asif (CAP, GEFA, Contractor) <MahammadAsif.Syed@GECAPITAL.COM>

  218. Take the challenge- Please, help (31 lines)
    From: Abdu Elnagheeb <abdu.elnagheeb@BANKOFAMERICA.COM>

  219. Re: Cleaning Up Customer Names (21 lines)
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  220. (no subject) (134 lines)
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  221. Re: Take the challenge- Please, help (86 lines)
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  222. Running SAS under OS390-web cgi... (59 lines)
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  223. Re: Take the challenge- Please, help (45 lines)
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  224. using formats to recode data (22 lines)
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  225. Re: Take the challenge- Please, help (109 lines)
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  226. Re: Take the challenge- Please, help (105 lines)
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  227. Opportunity for consultants/all soft and comp professionals (19 lines)
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  228. Re: Take the challenge- Please, help (130 lines)
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  229. {광고}카드증액/현금화/연체 직접 작업하세요 (31 lines)
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  230. Re: Opportunity for consultants/all soft and comp professionals (21 lines)
    From: Charles Patridge <Charles_S_Patridge@PRODIGY.NET>

  231. data step - data manupulation (116 lines)
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  232. Re: data step - data manupulation (156 lines)
    From: Robert Abelson <rabelson@KAI-RESEARCH.COM>

  233. Re: data step - data manupulation (151 lines)
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  234. PROC FREQ (17 lines)
    From: Mark Wise <wiseagroup@HOTMAIL.COM>

  235. output (33 lines)
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  236. Re: output (59 lines)
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  237. where can i find good SAS study personal web sites? Thanks. (8 lines)
    From: KAI <kai.he@UTORONTO.CA>

  238. Compare two datasets without re-sorting? (53 lines)
    From: Mike Fay <rmf4@CDC.GOV>

  239. Re: Macro Help: Random Number/Letter Generator (335 lines)
    From: Ian Whitlock <WHITLOI1@WESTAT.COM>

  240. PROC FREQ QUESTION (27 lines)
    From: Mark Wise <wiseagroup@HOTMAIL.COM>

  241. backwards lag? (29 lines)
    From: McCracken, Mary <MFie2@ALLSTATE.COM>

  242. FW: PROC FREQ QUESTION (36 lines)
    From: Douglas, Seymour (CCI-Atlanta) <Seymour.Douglas@COX.COM>

  243. Re: backwards lag? (40 lines)
    From: David L. Cassell <Cassell.David@EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV>

  244. Re: Compare two datasets without re-sorting? (128 lines)
    From: Huang, Ya <ya.huang@PFIZER.COM>

  245. Macro variable translation problem (23 lines)
    From: Ravi Vedantam <ravi.vedantam@ERICSSON.COM>

  246. Re: Compare two datasets without re-sorting? (111 lines)
    From: Huang, Ya <ya.huang@PFIZER.COM>

  247. Re: running MS-Access macros or make-table/append queries from SA S (153 lines)
    From: Kellar Wilson <WILSONK1@WESTAT.COM>

  248. Re: using formats to recode data (57 lines)
    From: Arthur Tabachneck <atabachneck@ROGERS.COM>

  249. Beginning SAS websites (25 lines)
    From: Rousey, Ann Maria <aronsey@AMGEN.COM>

  250. Re: Compare two datasets without re-sorting? (81 lines)
    From: Sigurd Hermansen <hermans1@WESTAT.COM>

  251. Re: Macro Help: Random Number/Letter Generator (146 lines)
    From: shiling zhang <shiling99@YAHOO.COM>

  252. SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (110 lines)
    From: Mauro Morandin <my_family_name@LIBERO.IT>

  253. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (140 lines)
    From: Gregg P. Snell <GSnell@DATASAVANTCONSULTING.COM>

  254. Re: Getting the date-of-creating off a dir/b/s list (41 lines)
    From: Richard A. DeVenezia <radevenz@IX.NETCOM.COM>

  255. Re: PROC FREQ QUESTION (182 lines)
    From: Ian Whitlock <WHITLOI1@WESTAT.COM>

  256. Canadian funds available (49 lines)
    From: Canadian Subsidy Directory 2002 <xxy15@SYMPATICO.CA>

  257. (광고) 현금서비스 전문카드라 다르다!~ 마이너스통장개념이라 더욱 부담없다!~ (206 lines)
    From: yutdtrfygu <1_dong@HANMAIL.NET>

  258. Biostatistician, PhD/Masters, NJ-CT (12 lines)
    From: Vincent Granville <vincentg@DATASHAPING.COM>

  259. [광고] 일반쇼핑몰보다 훨 좋은 디자인... (44 lines)
    From: 몰존 (주) <mallmail@MALLZONE.CO.KR>

  260. Using same interval in plot and plot2 statement (27 lines)
    From: Poul Ravn Srensen <poulravn1@HOTMAIL.COM>

  261. Outputing GIFS (18 lines)
    From: Graeme.Kirton@FILCS.COM

  262. Re: Quick format and label? (41 lines)
    From: krzysoporanku <krzysoporanku@POCZTA.ONET.PL>

  263. Re: Outputing GIFS (51 lines)
    From: WIELKI Andre <wielki@INED.FR>

  264. Re: Inserting blank lines into a dataset...... (55 lines)
    From: Philip Whittall <philip.whittall@UNILEVER.COM>

  265. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (170 lines)
    From: Magnus Mengelbier <magnus.mengelbier@FERRING.COM>

  266. 인터넷 아르바이트 모집(구인광고) (47 lines)
    From: 현대캐피탈 <capitalo@LYCOS.CO.KR>

  267. Re: Macro variable translation problem (53 lines)
    From: Jim Groeneveld <J.Groeneveld@ITGROUPS.COM>

  268. Re: where can i find good SAS study personal web sites? Thanks. (44 lines)
    From: Jim Groeneveld <J.Groeneveld@ITGROUPS.COM>

  269. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (189 lines)
    From: Arthur Tabachneck <atabachneck@ROGERS.COM>

  270. Gif output names! (53 lines)
    From: Graeme.Kirton@FILCS.COM

  271. Re: Outputing GIFS (98 lines)
    From: Brucken, Nancy <Nancy.Brucken@PFIZER.COM>

  272. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (70 lines)
    From: Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>

  273. Re: Inserting blank lines into a dataset...... (119 lines)
    From: Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>

  274. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (60 lines)
    From: John Whittington <John.W@MEDISCIENCE.CO.UK>

  275. Puzzle / was: RE: Inserting blank lines into a dataset...... (229 lines)
    From: Christoph Edel <CEdel@DE.IMSHEALTH.COM>

  276. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (29 lines)
    From: Magnus Mengelbier <magnus.mengelbier@FERRING.COM>

  277. Turning Off Error Conditions in a AF Form Viewer (22 lines)
    From: Deborah Testa <dtesta@SEVENOFNINESYSTEMS.COM>

  278. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (33 lines)
    From: John Whittington <John.W@MEDISCIENCE.CO.UK>

  279. Re: PROC FREQ QUESTION (87 lines)
    From: Karl K. <karlstudboy@HOTMAIL.COM>

  280. <No subject> (9 lines)
    From: J Kelley <jkelley@ARCHES.UGA.EDU>

  281. Pratt-Wilcoxon test (16 lines)
    From: Adriano Favero <avrof@ROCKETMAIL.COM>

  282. <No subject> (8 lines)
    From: F.J. Kelley <jkelley@ARCHES.UGA.EDU>

  283. Re: Creating a variable with N/D and percent (118 lines)
    From: Ian Whitlock <WHITLOI1@WESTAT.COM>

  284. <No subject> (9 lines)
    From: J Kelley <jkelley@ARCHES.UGA.EDU>

  285. Re: Better way to code this??? (85 lines)
    From: Sigurd Hermansen <HERMANS1@WESTAT.COM>

  286. <No subject> (9 lines)
    From: J Kelley <jkelley@ARCHES.UGA.EDU>

  287. Beating my head against the keyboard is beginning to hurt (327 lines)
    From: Bish <sean_hussey@HOTMAIL.COM>

  288. selectively include lines from an external file (13 lines)
    From: Megan <mharrod@STRATUSCONSULTING.COM>

  289. Re: selectively include lines from an external file (48 lines)
    From: Greg Woolridge <greg.woolridge@TAP.COM>

  290. Biostatistician - Permanent - Richmond, VA (49 lines)
    From: Justin Tulman <Jtulman@MAAINC.COM>

  291. Stop! Major Internet Marketing Event (59 lines)
    From: webmaster@EBOOKSALESGUIDE.COM

  292. Saving the log (21 lines)
    From: Chris <cyindra@AOL.COM>

  293. Re: selectively include lines from an external file (91 lines)
    From: Huang, Ya <ya.huang@PFIZER.COM>

  294. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (42 lines)
    From: David L. Cassell <Cassell.David@EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV>

  295. Re: selectively include lines from an external file (47 lines)
    From: Mauro Morandin <my_family_name@LIBERO.IT>

  296. af problem creating listboxes dynamically (34 lines)
    From: Bas Pruijn <bas.pruijn@CMG.COM>

  297. Re: PROC FREQ QUESTION (202 lines)
    From: Ian Whitlock <WHITLOI1@WESTAT.COM>

  298. Re: where can i find good SAS study personal web sites? Thanks. (11 lines)
    From: B H R <rubarb@DESPAMMED.COM>

  299. Re: where can i find good SAS study personal web sites? Thanks. (16 lines)
    From: Charles Patridge <Charles_S_Patridge@PRODIGY.NET>

  300. (job) Contract - SAS Database Manager - WV (28 lines)
    From: Khristine <khristine@EARTHLINK.NET>

  301. SAS is slow? (cpu time, etc) (138 lines)
    From: Puddin' Man <pudding_man@LYCOS.COM>

  302. Re: Saving the log (47 lines)
    From: Deshon, Joe A [PCS] <jdesho01@SPRINTSPECTRUM.COM>

  303. MidWest SAS Users Group 2002 Conference Only One Week Away! (76 lines)
    From: DJ Penix - MWSUG 2002 Conference Co-Chair <dj@PSICONSULTANTS.COM>

  304. Simple merge question (85 lines)
    From: Mike Fay <rmf4@CDC.GOV>

  305. Re: Simple merge question (133 lines)
    From: Parent, David <david.parent@CAPITALONE.COM>

  306. FW: Running SAS progs (16 lines)
    From: Cacialli, Doug <Doug_Cacialli@URMC.ROCHESTER.EDU>

  307. SAS Programming Projects (15 lines)
    From: anon <anon_oo@HOTMAIL.COM>

  308. Wanted software professionals (15 lines)
    From: steve <steve_ronald11@YAHOO.COM>

  309. What makes SAS unique? (21 lines)
    From: Joseph R. Maxberry, III <jrmaxb3@YAHOO.COM>

  310. ScanMail Message: To Sender, sensitive content found and action t aken. (19 lines)
    From: System Attendant <EXCHANGE-SA@WINTHROP.ORG>

  311. Re: Simple merge question (146 lines)
    From: Howard_Schreier@ITA.DOC.GOV

  312. Re: SAS is slow? (cpu time, etc) (228 lines)
    From: Mauro Morandin <my_family_name@LIBERO.IT>

  313. How to count? (36 lines)
    From: Kit Leung <hello_joecool@HOTMAIL.COM>

  314. Re: FW: Running SAS progs (69 lines)
    From: greg warnick <gwarnick@SNAP.FHCRC.ORG>

  315. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (82 lines)
    From: Mauro Morandin <second_name@LIBERO.IT>

  316. Re: Beating my head against the keyboard is beginning to hurt (391 lines)
    From: Ian Whitlock <WHITLOI1@WESTAT.COM>

  317. Re: How to count? (67 lines)
    From: Parent, David <david.parent@CAPITALONE.COM>

  318. Re: Running SAS progs (30 lines)
    From: Arthur Tabachneck <atabachneck@ROGERS.COM>

  319. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (165 lines)
    From: Mauro Morandin <second_name@LIBERO.IT>

  320. Re: Better way to code this??? (47 lines)
    From: Ian Whitlock <WHITLOI1@WESTAT.COM>

  321. Re: What makes SAS unique? (31 lines)
    From: Arthur Tabachneck <atabachneck@ROGERS.COM>

  322. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (173 lines)
    From: Sigurd Hermansen <HERMANS1@WESTAT.COM>

  323. Re: How to count? (91 lines)
    From: Cui, Jinrui <Jinrui.Cui@CSHS.ORG>

  324. Re: What makes SAS unique? (29 lines)
    From: David L. Cassell <Cassell.David@EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV>

  325. Re: SAS is slow? (cpu time, etc) (254 lines)
    From: Puddin' Man <pudding_man@LYCOS.COM>

  326. Re: where can i find good SAS study personal web sites? Thanks. (54 lines)
    From: Mauro Morandin <second_name@LIBERO.IT>

  327. ADV: SiteROCK K.K. (Japan) Adopts eValid Technology (83 lines)
    From: SR <info@SOFT.COM>

  328. (광고)★e-슈퍼마켓의 거듭나기 현장-공짜선물 대잔치!! (146 lines)
    From: 와우누리 <wownuri_007@SHINBIRO.COM>

  329. Longitudinal data using GENMOD (60 lines)
    From: Silvano Cesar da Costa <silvano@UEL.BR>

  330. Re: where can i find good SAS study personal web sites? Thanks. (15 lines)
    From: lpogoda <lpogoda@HOTMAIL.COM>

  331. Re: selectively include lines from an external file (26 lines)
    From: lpogoda <lpogoda@HOTMAIL.COM>

  332. Re: SAS is slow? (cpu time, etc) (47 lines)
    From: Richard A. DeVenezia <radevenz@IX.NETCOM.COM>

  333. Re: af problem creating listboxes dynamically (76 lines)
    From: Richard A. DeVenezia <radevenz@IX.NETCOM.COM>

  334. Re: Turning Off Error Conditions in a AF Form Viewer (49 lines)
    From: Richard A. DeVenezia <radevenz@IX.NETCOM.COM>

  335. Re: Gif output names! (34 lines)
    From: Richard A. DeVenezia <radevenz@IX.NETCOM.COM>

  336. Re: Simple merge question (142 lines)
    From: John J Genzano, III <jgenzano@GENZANO.COM>

  337. Re: Using same interval in plot and plot2 statement (66 lines)
    From: Richard A. DeVenezia <radevenz@IX.NETCOM.COM>

  338. Re: Simple merge question (34 lines)
    From: Richard A. DeVenezia <radevenz@IX.NETCOM.COM>

  339. Call for Participation(IEEE Data Mining 2002) (122 lines)
    From: icdm02@KIS.MAEBASHI-IT.AC.JP

  340. [성인광고] 성인이라면.. 이걸 꼭 보세요... (53 lines)
    From: 송미리 <songmiri66849@MSN.COM>

  341. Re: SAS is slow? (cpu time, etc) (350 lines)
    From: Mauro Morandin <second_name@LIBERO.IT>

  342. [성인광고] 섹티즌 가입율 1위 탈환!! 느껴보세요~ (26 lines)
    From: 성인광고 <sky_life499@HOTMAIL.COM>

  343. Re: Turning Off Error Conditions in a AF Form Viewer (71 lines)
    From: Deborah Testa <dtesta@SEVENOFNINESYSTEMS.COM>

  344. Re: FW: Running SAS progs (19 lines)
    From: lpogoda <lpogoda@HOTMAIL.COM>

  345. Re: Simple merge question (147 lines)
    From: Puddin' Man <pudding_man@LYCOS.COM>

  346. Re: Simple merge question (235 lines)
    From: Ian Whitlock <WHITLOI1@WESTAT.COM>

  347. using informat to recode date read as rext? (21 lines)
    From: vincent Girard <vincent.girard@IRDA.QC.CA>

  348. 오빠 빨리 넣어죠.... (46 lines)
    From: 빠순이 <assdfrt@ASDFA.COM>

  349. Re: using informat to recode date read as rext? (36 lines)
    From: Karl K. <karlstudboy@HOTMAIL.COM>

  350. t-test (110 lines)
    From: Ahmed El-Masry <elmasry10@HOTMAIL.COM>

  351. t-test (33 lines)
    From: Ahmed El-Masry <elmasry10@HOTMAIL.COM>

  352. Stop! Major Internet Marketing Event (59 lines)
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  353. t-test (26 lines)
    From: Ahmed El-Masry <elmasry10@HOTMAIL.COM>

  354. Re: t-test (17 lines)
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  355. Re: What makes SAS unique? (40 lines)
    From: Roger Lustig <trovato@BELLATLANTIC.NET>

  356. Trabajar con SAS en Espaa (21 lines)
    From: Jorge <emailnovalido@NOVALIDO.ES>

  357. PhilaSUG Fall Meeting Announcement - November 13, 2002 (42 lines)
    From: Schechter, Robert S <robert.schechter@ASTRAZENECA.COM>

  358. Re: What makes SAS unique? (50 lines)
    From: Arthur Tabachneck <atabachneck@ROGERS.COM>

  359. Splitting the talbe into multiple tables (62 lines)
    From: Zubair Mohammed <nzubair_mohammed@HOTMAIL.COM>

  360. Re: Splitting the talbe into multiple tables (78 lines)
    From: Schechter, Robert S <robert.schechter@ASTRAZENECA.COM>

  361. Re: Splitting the talbe into multiple tables (87 lines)
    From: Richard A. DeVenezia <radevenz@IX.NETCOM.COM>

  362. Re: SAS is slow? (cpu time, etc) (39 lines)
    From: lpogoda <lpogoda@HOTMAIL.COM>

  363. Re: Splitting the talbe into multiple tables (119 lines)
    From: Mohammed Farhatullah <Mohammed.Farhatullah@EUR.SAS.COM>

  364. Create $100 by next week! EASY! 4395xdVn6-961l-13 (54 lines)
    From: Jenny Tuttle <JennyTuttle0810q64@EBAY.COM>

  365. Re: SAS is slow? (cpu time, etc) (102 lines)
    From: Mauro Morandin <second_name@LIBERO.IT>

  366. Re: Splitting the talbe into multiple tables (133 lines)
    From: Mauro Morandin <second_name@LIBERO.IT>

  367. t-test (88 lines)
    From: Ahmed El-Masry <elmasry10@HOTMAIL.COM>

  368. t-test (31 lines)
    From: Ahmed El-Masry <elmasry10@HOTMAIL.COM>

  369. Fw: sas-l@akh-wien.ac.at (98 lines)
    From: akh-wien.ac.at <SAS-L@AKH-WIEN.AC.AT>

  370. word list (18 lines)
    From: McAllaster, Douglas L. LTC <mcallasterd@LEE.ARMY.MIL>

  371. 쪃W杏克處萬驍w퇱着s (27 lines)
    From: twcd03@MAIL.EDUCITIES.EDU.TW

  372. File Transfer via CONNECT:Direct (NDM) from within SAS (30 lines)
    From: Mabey Dave A <mabey.da@DREYFUS.COM>

  373. Re: Splitting the talbe into multiple tables (120 lines)
    From: Jan Selchau-Hansen <jan@SELCHAU-HANSEN.**DK>

  374. Re: Splitting the talbe into multiple tables (154 lines)
    From: Mauro Morandin <second_name@LIBERO.IT>

  375. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (30 lines)
    From: David L. Cassell <Cassell.David@EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV>

  376. Re: t-test (155 lines)
    From: Kazume Nishiyama <kaznish@YAHOO.COM>

  377. We're Looking For People Who Want To Make Money (53 lines)
    From: timi8377x53@MOSCOWMAIL.COM

  378. GEE with SPSS? (16 lines)
    From: Mr. J. Simakani <simakani.acd.utt.utr@GETAFIX.UTR.AC.ZA>

  379. Re: Splitting the talbe into multiple tables (207 lines)
    From: Jan Selchau-Hansen <jan@SELCHAU-HANSEN.**DK>

  380. Memo: date format (40 lines)
    From: Jassim Rahma <jassimrahma@HSBC.COM>

  381. Re: Memo: date format (65 lines)
    From: WIELKI Andre <wielki@INED.FR>

  382. FREE NUT BUSTING ALL NIGHT LONG. (298 lines)
    From: Sal <vannessa8605677@TEENYCAMP4FREE.COM>

  383. Re: Splitting the talbe into multiple tables (207 lines)
    From: Jan Selchau-Hansen <jan@SELCHAU-HANSEN.**DK>

  384. Splitting a table into multiple tables (53 lines)
    From: Jan Selchau-Hansen <jan@*SELCHAU-HANSEN.DK>

  385. Re: Splitting the talbe into multiple tables (173 lines)
    From: Jan Selchau-Hansen <jan@*SELCHAU-HANSEN.DK>

  386. leave one out cv in discriminant analysis (15 lines)
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  387. What about us SAS programmers in the pharmaceutical industry? (62 lines)
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  388. Re: What makes SAS unique? (52 lines)
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  389. Re: Splitting the talbe into multiple tables (284 lines)
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  390. Re: word list (22 lines)
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  391. Re: Splitting the talbe into multiple tables (81 lines)
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  392. [성인광고].....구경한번 해 보세요 (53 lines)
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  393. Re: What makes SAS unique? (33 lines)
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  394. Re: How to count? (117 lines)
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  395. Re: word list (47 lines)
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  396. Re: How to count? (54 lines)
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  397. Re: What about us SAS programmers in the pharmaceutical industry? (79 lines)
    From: roland.rashleigh-berry <roland.rashleigh-berry@NTLWORLD.COM>

  398. Re: What about us SAS programmers in the pharmaceutical industry? (21 lines)
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  399. Re: What about us SAS programmers in the pharmaceutical industry? (36 lines)
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  400. Can SAS be dangerous to your job? (40 lines)
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  401. Re: What makes SAS unique? (38 lines)
    From: Dr. Olaf Kruse <olaf.kruse@VST-GMBH.DE>

  402. Edit Correlation Matrix (15 lines)
    From: Thomas Allen Schmitt <schmitta@CSD.UWM.EDU>

  403. Re: What about us SAS programmers in the pharmaceutical industry? (48 lines)
    From: Rainbow Software <Rainbowsoftware1@AOL.COM>

  404. Re: Can SAS be dangerous to your job? (85 lines)
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  405. Re: What makes SAS unique? (56 lines)
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  406. Re: Edit Correlation Matrix (83 lines)
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  407. Re: How to count? (140 lines)
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  408. Re: What about us SAS programmers in the pharmaceutical industry? (33 lines)
    From: Mark Moran <mark.k.moran@CENSUS.GOV>

  409. Re: How to count? (66 lines)
    From: Howard_Schreier@ITA.DOC.GOV

  410. Re: Longitudinal data using GENMOD (93 lines)
    From: Dale McLerran <stringplayer_2@YAHOO.COM>

  411. Permanent SAS dataset (21 lines)
    From: Sebastian, Maurice S. <MauriceS@HEALTH.STATE.OK.US>

  412. Re: What about us SAS programmers in the pharmaceutical industry? (61 lines)
    From: Rodney Sparapani <rsparapa@POST.ITS.MCW.EDU>

  413. Re: How to count? (47 lines)
    From: John Whittington <John.W@MEDISCIENCE.CO.UK>

  414. Re: Can SAS be dangerous to your job? (59 lines)
    From: MCQUOWN, GARY <GMCQU90@ENTERGY.COM>

  415. DATA STEP Question (37 lines)
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  416. Re: DATA STEP Question (65 lines)
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  417. Re: DATA STEP Question (68 lines)
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  418. Re: Splitting the talbe into multiple tables (81 lines)
    From: Goldman, Brad (AT-Atlanta) <Brad.Goldman@AUTOTRADER.COM>

  419. Re: t-test (168 lines)
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  420. Re: DATA STEP Question (67 lines)
    From: Ian Whitlock <WHITLOI1@WESTAT.COM>

  421. Re: Compare two datasets without re-sorting? (84 lines)
    From: Ed Heaton <EdHeaton@WESTAT.COM>

  422. Re: Permanent SAS dataset (35 lines)
    From: Nevseta, Floyd G <Floyd.G.Nevseta@BANKOFAMERICA.COM>

  423. Re: SAS is slow? (cpu time, etc) (52 lines)
    From: Jack Hamilton <JackHamilton@FIRSTHEALTH.COM>

  424. Free autoresponder to explode your business. (75 lines)
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  425. Re: Can SAS be dangerous to your job? (116 lines)
    From: Ian Whitlock <WHITLOI1@WESTAT.COM>

  426. "COUGH IT UP" Pharmaceutical Industry ...a commentary by your friendly engineer (38 lines)
    From: Rainbow Software <Rainbowsoftware1@AOL.COM>

  427. ScanMail Message: To Sender, sensitive content found and action t aken. (19 lines)
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    From: System Attendant <EXCHANGE-SA@WINTHROP.ORG>

  430. Re: t-test (173 lines)
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  431. Re: t-test (258 lines)
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  432. Re: Better way to code this??? (25 lines)
    From: David L. Cassell <Cassell.David@EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV>

  433. Re: Can SAS be dangerous to your job? (47 lines)
    From: David L. Cassell <Cassell.David@EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV>

  434. Re: Splitting the talbe into multiple tables (64 lines)
    From: Ye, Rong <YeR@MEDIMMUNE.COM>

  435. Re: Can SAS be dangerous to your job? (53 lines)
    From: David L. Cassell <Cassell.David@EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV>

  436. Re: Can SAS be dangerous to your job? (125 lines)
    From: Boyd Newlin <newlin@ATTBI.COM>

  437. Where can I find good SAS programming projects to work on? (13 lines)
    From: anon <anon_oo@HOTMAIL.COM>

  438. SAS/AF v8 ListBox question (31 lines)
    From: Maggie <gigi_mt@YAHOO.COM>

  439. Re: Can SAS be dangerous to your job? (46 lines)
    From: Paul Thompson <paul@WUBIOS.WUSTL.EDU>

  440. Re: "COUGH IT UP"... (11 lines)
    From: Goldman, Brad (AT-Atlanta) <Brad.Goldman@AUTOTRADER.COM>

  441. Re: Where can I find good SAS programming projects to work on? (18 lines)
    From: greg warnick <gwarnick@SNAP.FHCRC.ORG>

  442. Re: DATA STEP Question (101 lines)
    From: Howard_Schreier@ITA.DOC.GOV

  443. Re: "COUGH IT UP" Pharmaceutical Industry ...a commentary by your friendly engineer (22 lines)
    From: David L. Cassell <Cassell.David@EPAMAIL.EPA.GOV>

  444. Re: "COUGH IT UP" Pharmaceutical Industry ...a commentary by your friendly engineer (31 lines)
    From: John Whittington <John.W@MEDISCIENCE.CO.UK>

  445. Predicament of ASCII without Layout (18 lines)
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  446. OT: re: "COUGH IT UP" Pharmaceutical Industry ...a commentary by your friendly engineer (41 lines)
    From: Greg Woolridge <greg.woolridge@TAP.COM>

  447. Re: What about us SAS programmers in the pharmaceutical industry? (68 lines)
    From: Steve Albert <salbert@AOL.COM>

  448. Re: What about us SAS programmers in the pharmaceutical industry? (41 lines)
    From: Peter Flom <flom@NDRI.ORG>

  449. Re: File Transfer via CONNECT:Direct (NDM) from within SAS (137 lines)
    From: Pat Flickner <p_flick@YAHOO.COM>

  450. Re: Splitting the talbe into multiple tables (112 lines)
    From: Chakravarthy, Venky <Venky.Chakravarthy@PFIZER.COM>

  451. remove from distribution list (14 lines)
    From: To, Florence <florence.to@MDSPS.COM>

  452. More Money Then You Can Count (53 lines)
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  453. Re: "COUGH IT UP", internet discussion groups, and houseplants (37 lines)
    From: Steve Albert <SAlbert@AOL.COM>

  454. Re: What about us SAS programmers in the pharmaceutical industry? (39 lines)
    From: Steve Albert <SAlbert@AOL.COM>

  455. Re: Wanted software professionals (21 lines)
    From: Pat Flickner <p_flick@YAHOO.COM>

  456. Re: Running SAS progs (46 lines)
    From: Pat Flickner <p_flick@YAHOO.COM>

  457. SMP processing with MP Connect on Win2K (122 lines)
    From: Dale McLerran <stringplayer_2@YAHOO.COM>

  458. Re: Can SAS be dangerous to your job? (121 lines)
    From: John J Genzano, III <jgenzano@GENZANO.COM>

  459. Re: What about us SAS programmers in the pharmaceutical industry? (63 lines)
    From: Quentin McMullen <QuentinMcMullen@WESTAT.COM>

  460. Re: "COUGH IT UP" Pharmaceutical Industry ...a commentary by your friendly engineer (86 lines)
    From: John J Genzano, III <jgenzano@GENZANO.COM>

  461. Re: t-test (29 lines)
    From: John Whittington <John.W@MEDISCIENCE.CO.UK>

  462. Re: Predicament of ASCII without Layout (88 lines)
    From: John J Genzano, III <jgenzano@GENZANO.COM>

  463. <No subject> (8 lines)
    From: F.J. Kelley <jkelley@ARCHES.UGA.EDU>

  464. Re: SAS/AF v8 ListBox question (71 lines)
    From: Randy Herbison <RandyHerbison@WESTAT.COM>

  465. Start Earning Today (458 lines)
    From: Stuart <fistuart@HOTMAIL.COM>

  466. Re: "COUGH IT UP" Pharmaceutical Industry ...a commentary by your friendly en... (68 lines)
    From: Rainbow Software <Rainbowsoftware1@AOL.COM>

  467. Re: SAS is slow? (123 mb/sec on pc???) (52 lines)
    From: Sigurd Hermansen <HERMANS1@WESTAT.COM>

  468. ScanMail Message: To Sender, sensitive content found and action t aken. (19 lines)
    From: System Attendant <EXCHANGE-SA@WINTHROP.ORG>

  469. [노모야동] 여대생 보지 완전노출!! 포르노 카타르시스의 천국! 깊은 보지속으로의 끝없는 여행을 시작하자!! (61 lines)
    From: 여대생보지속으로ayj <bozishowayj@HOTMAIL.COM>

  470. ADV:Website Promotion (36 lines)
    From: peter12@ARABIA.COM

  471. SAS Programmer Available (21 lines)
    From: sg <sasguy393@HOTMAIL.COM>

  472. Three cheers for the SAS-List (119 lines)
    From: Arthur Tabachneck <atabachneck@ROGERS.COM>

  473. Re: What about us SAS programmers in the pharmaceutical industry? (122 lines)
    From: Arthur Tabachneck <atabachneck@ROGERS.COM>

  474. Re: "COUGH IT UP" Pharmaceutical Industry ...a commentary by your friendly engineer (160 lines)
    From: Arthur Tabachneck <atabachneck@ROGERS.COM>

  475. A tool for Clinical Trials Biostatisticians to create Statistical Analysis Plan mock tables with one click (16 lines)
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  476. the maximum of the length of macro variable value (10 lines)
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