I've worked with SAS for almost 6 years now and passed 3 SAS V6
certifications about 4 years ago. Does that make me a good programmer?
I've learned a lot and still are. Following the topics on SAS-L makes
me realize there's still more that I don't know, then I do know for
certain. I still have to watch closely what exactly will happen in my
To you SAS-L pro's, what will be the result of the next snippet of
code, when run? Do you know for certain, just by looking at it, without
trying, what will happen and apart from it being unexplained,
undocumented, weird, etc?
a = 1;
b = 'a';
set a (where = (a = 'a')
rename = (b=a)
drop = a );