Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2002 11:18:20 -0500
Reply-To: Paul Thompson <paul@WUBIOS.WUSTL.EDU>
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From: Paul Thompson <paul@WUBIOS.WUSTL.EDU>
Organization: WUSM Biostatistics
Subject: Re: INCLUSION OF PROGRAM SOURCE
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No SAS syntax. But it is very easy to include a command in your macro
(_help=1 for instance) which would result in the macro writing the shell
of the macro command to the log. Then, you could copy this and put it
into the program editor. You could also write it to a file
Chavda, Dinesh wrote:
> All SASLers,
> I wonder if there is any syntax in SAS to copy source from
> another during run-time. The problem is
> that I have written a largish macro with lots of parameters which the
> application programmers fill in the required
> values for the parameters (i.e. record position for post code, etc, etc).
> This is then followed by the actual body of
> the program which does not need changing. So I wondered if there was any
> method to include it during runtime
> rather than presenting the complete macro to the application programmers.
> We use base SAS Version 8 here.
> Thanks in advance.
> Business Analyst
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