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thanikondharish
Calcite | Level 5

data uu;
set sashelp.class;
run;

 

 

how to execute program without click run symbol and f3?

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Kurt_Bremser
Super User

@thanikondharish wrote:

data uu;
set sashelp.class;
run;

 

 

how to execute program without click run symbol and f3?


- Run it in batch.

- Enter "submit" into the display manager commandline.

thanikondharish
Calcite | Level 5
like submit command can you tell some other commands whatever?
thanikondharish
Calcite | Level 5
for example:
x notepad used in command bar
thanikondharish
Calcite | Level 5
what is 42

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ballardw
Super User

@thanikondharish wrote:

data uu;
set sashelp.class;
run;

 

 

how to execute program without click run symbol and f3?


Did your SAS installation not include any of the online help files or links?

Go to your SAS editor window.

Press F1.

If you get the SAS Help and Documentation window popup then search for topics there. There are a large number of "commands" that can be accessed with the command line, many of them are also accessed using the various menus.

 

 

Reeza
Super User

If you want informative answers you'll need to post significantly more details of the problem you're trying to solve. Vague question = vague answers. 

 


@thanikondharish wrote:

data uu;
set sashelp.class;
run;

 

 

how to execute program without click run symbol and f3?


 

%INCLUDE

Batch Submission

Stored Procedure Scheduled

Run

F3 

Right Click and run in SAS EG....

 

 

ballardw
Super User

And in my DMS

F8

and have assigned other KEYS entries on occasion to do SUBMIT with out the switches to the LOG.

 

Lets not forget the SUBTOP N  command which submits only the top N lines of code in the editor (you supply an integer value for N)

which could be assigned to a key …

 

Or create a PMENU item with appropriate command, activate the menu and use that menu item instead of supplied menu or keys.

 

Or the -SYSIN "programname.sas" option on the command line or program object properties to run a program file when started (which becomes batch mode)

 

 

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