Posts Tagged ‘ C++ ’

Reading ‘Custom Tasks for SAS Enterprise Guide Using Microsoft .NET’

February 2, 2013
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Chris Hemedinger’s new book Custom Tasks for SAS® Enterprise Guide® Using Microsoft .NET was recently released. If you have an idea for a really useful additional task you’d like to build for SAS Enterprise Guide, I strongly encou...
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C# Dictionary of US State Abbreivation to Names using SAS

April 19, 2011
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I need C# code to convert United States state postal abbreviations (like AL) to full state names (like Alabama), but I’m afraid of making a typo retyping the abbreviation list from the USPS—and that just seems tedious. However, it’s e...
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Too Big to Be Accurate(1): Which is the Most Powerful Calculator in the World?

January 22, 2011
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Too Big to Be Accurate(1): Which is the Most Powerful Calculator in the World?

Calculate the factorial of 171 (171!)? Just TRY! It is equal to 171*170*169*….2*1. 1. Google calculator As Google fanatics, I first try to search the answer via Google: Whoops, nothing interested returned! Type “170!” and get the output: Why kinda things happened in this calculator? 171! is just equal to 171*170!. 2. Excel Switch to Excel spreadsheet. Function...
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SAS Data Step’s Built-in Loop: An illustrated Example

January 3, 2011
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Some newbie SAS programmers take SAS as their first programming language even learned. Sometimes they are confused by the concept of “data step’s built-in loop” even after reading the well-written The Little SAS Book: A Primer: DATA steps also have an underlying structure, an implicit, built-in loop. You don’t tell SAS to execute this loop:...
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