06-30-2011 04:39 PM
I am sorry, I am posting in wrong forum. But I was unable to find appropriate SAS Forum category related to OS.
I am executing my SAS programs on UNIX box. As of now I am using NEDIT to edit write/edit programs and executing this program from UNIX command prompt. Eg: sas913 test.sas &
I heard that we can execute (run) SAS programs directly from NEDIT window, by hitting F9. Its not giving any response when I hit F9 in my case.
My question is, do I need to set anything in .nedit under my Unix home directory to activate this feature?
If Yes, what exactly I need to add into .nedit??
Thank you very much in Advance!!
07-01-2011 11:32 AM
Have you checked out nedit.org? What you are talking about is called "key binding". In particular,
I'm not an nedit user, but have done similar things with xemacs.