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rbettinger
Pyrite | Level 9

I want to create a SAS/IML library that allows users to load modules and execute them but restricts the modules from being opened so that the code can be inspected. I don't want users to "add value" to what I have done because such potential changes to my code may not be useful and may introduce errors.

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Rick_SAS
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I think you are worrying about a problem that doesn't exist. SAS/IML modules are not stored as text files. The documentation for modules states "Modules are stored in the form of their compiled code."  You can find the name of the modules, but a user cannot read the underlying source code. 

 

 

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Rick_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

I think you are worrying about a problem that doesn't exist. SAS/IML modules are not stored as text files. The documentation for modules states "Modules are stored in the form of their compiled code."  You can find the name of the modules, but a user cannot read the underlying source code. 

 

 

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