Date: Tue, 25 Jul 2006 12:01:07 -0700
Reply-To: Bill McKirgan <bill-mckirgan@UIOWA.EDU>
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From: Bill McKirgan <bill-mckirgan@UIOWA.EDU>
Subject: Re: Export .sas file w/o SAS ?
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A file ending in .sas is a sas program (ascii) and can be opened with
any text editor. I assume you mean .sas7bdat (or earlier versions of
You could export sas datasets with data translation software such as
DBMSCopy or StatTransfer. A trial version could be downloaded for
testing, but you will need to pay for the fully functional versions.
> How can I export a .sas file to, say, a CSV without a copy of SAS?