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SAS EG 7.1: import kmf file (user-defined abbreviations)

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SAS EG 7.1: import kmf file (user-defined abbreviations)

In the past, it was relatively easy to import/export editor abbreviations in .kmf files. See tip at sasCommunity.org.

 

In SAS EG 7.1, you can go to Program >> Add Abreviation Macro..., but what if there are several abbreviations in a .kmf file and you don't have text versions? I can opent the .kmf file in notepad.exe to recover the code, but is there an easier way to import the file directly?

 

For examples, see Abbreviations/Macros on sasCommunity.org.


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Re: SAS EG 7.1: import kmf file (user-defined abbreviations)

Paul,

 

Sorry its taken over a year for anyone to respond. I just found your post in doing my search for a paper I'm writing.

 

I'm not familiar with EB but, according to Chris Bost (see: https://support.sas.com/resources/papers/proceedings15/3502-2015.pdf ), eg includes a way to import kmf files.

 

Of course, @ChrisHemedinger, for sure, would know if its possible.

 

Art, CEO, AnalystFinder.com

 

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Re: SAS EG 7.1: import kmf file (user-defined abbreviations)

Paul,

 

Sorry its taken over a year for anyone to respond. I just found your post in doing my search for a paper I'm writing.

 

I'm not familiar with EB but, according to Chris Bost (see: https://support.sas.com/resources/papers/proceedings15/3502-2015.pdf ), eg includes a way to import kmf files.

 

Of course, @ChrisHemedinger, for sure, would know if its possible.

 

Art, CEO, AnalystFinder.com

 

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