Date: Wed, 9 Apr 2003 16:27:00 -0700
Reply-To: Carey Smoak <carey.smoak@ROCHE.COM>
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From: Carey Smoak <carey.smoak@ROCHE.COM>
Subject: Re: Question on a couple of books
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Yes, I found "SAS Applications Programming" by Dilorio useful. I took
a course from Dilorio at the Western Users of SAS Software (WUSS)
conference 1998. This book was the course notes.
Loralei.Riney@BANNERHEALTH.COM (Riney, Loralei) wrote in message news:<403CB96A6030FD41A2076686AF08C2AC03977D@phx01038.bannerhealth.com>...
> Greetings and sorry for interruption
> But I managed to get my hands on a couple of books that I have not seen before nor have I seen them in the other books ( sas by example, or lil primer etc)
> They are 1) SAS Applications programming by DiIorio published by Duxbury and then
> 2) Using the SAS Windowing Environment : A Quick Tutorial by Larry Hatcher....published by SAS
> Does anyone have anything to say about these.....what are they actually worthy...are they good as far as learning and improving SAS knowledge for oneself?
> Just curious hoping I bought somethnig good at a great price...thanks. sparkie