Date: Wed, 17 May 2000 20:20:47 GMT
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Subject: Re: FSEDIT and REXX
In article <200005171506.LAA10748@listserv.cc.uga.edu>,
Matthew Moment <matt_moment@RAC.RAY.COM> wrote:
> I know that I can run a REXX EXEC from SAS and from FSEDIT. What
> I want to do is to be able to extract some of the variable data
> that appears on the FSEDIT screen and pick-up the data in a REXX
> EXEC that is executed while in FSEDIT. I do not want to pass the
> data as ARGs to the EXEC.
> Is there a way to do this?
There probably are a number of ways. However, if you don't want to
pass the data as arguments to REXX, then I'd probably create/use a
interium flat file. Create the file from FSE, and then use that file
from the REXX program being called.
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