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A number of SAS learners asked me if using ARRAYS in SAS® for large data sets works better than using PROC TRANSPOSE. Someone asked how he can get 100-character variables, with different variable names, stored as one variable. ARRAYS are stored in memory in SAS which may speed up the runs. My blog shows my answer.

 

https://jonasbilenascom.wpcomstaging.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/02/Using_ARRAYS_-as_Opposed_to_PROC...

 

Also has some topic of LIBNAME for XLSX if you have SAS 9.4M2 and larger maintenance(M).

Jonas V. Bilenas

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