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Date:         Tue, 21 Sep 1999 23:15:25 -0400
Reply-To:     "Lawrence H. Muhlbaier" <lawrence.muhlbaier@DUKE.EDU>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         "Lawrence H. Muhlbaier" <lawrence.muhlbaier@DUKE.EDU>
Organization: Duke University, Durham, NC, USA
Subject:      Re: label length
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Upgrade to SAS 7.0 is one way; they are supported there. In 6.12, the max is 40 (not 30), but both are a long ways from 200.

JosÚ Ailton Alencar andrade wrote:

> Dear users, > > I am using SAS 6.12 for windows/NT. I would like to work with > label┤s lengths of 200 or more characters, but up to I know SAS no more > than 30 characters. Is there any any of work with big variable labels? > My interest is only print my data into sas output. > > Thanks.

-- Lawrence H. ('Doc') Muhlbaier Assistant Research Professor Duke University Medical Center 919-668-8774 (office) DUMC 3865 919-383-0595 (home) Durham, NC 27710-7510 919-668-7057 (FAX)

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