Date: Wed, 9 Nov 2005 01:12:57 -0800
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From: Anonymous user <Number_42@CARAMAIL.COM>
Subject: Re: How to make repeats in merge-by-group to work?
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Thx for your answers:
* "Billings, Tony": your code is really slow for large dataset (in
comparaison with sql)
* toby dunn: okay, i didn't know that my code "flied in the face of
how the data step works", i won't do it again
* Dianne Rhodes: thx but i can't find a numeric version on the web
* shilin...@yahoo.com: i already have that, but thx anyway
firstname.lastname@example.org a écrit :
> This merge forms a cartesian product within the id groups in sql. It
> can be simply implemented in SQL as,
> proc sql;
> select a.id, fruit, color
> from one a, two b
> where a.id=b.id
> order by 1,2
> However, the space product grows very fast!.