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NESUG proceedings: SAS 6.06, 7 papers

Northeast SAS Users Group 1990   November 11-13, 1990 - Boston, Massachusetts

Release 6.06 Enhancements
tweet!  The Painless Path to Release 6.06 of the SAS System
  Robina G. Thorton, SAS Consulting Services Inc.; John Boling, SAS Institute Inc.
Pages: 9 Size: 523 Kb 
tweet!  Using SAS/ASSIST Software to Develop End-User
  John McIntyre, SAS Institute Inc.
Pages: 5 Size: 296 Kb 
tweet!  The SAS Supervisor - A Version 6 Update
  Donald J. Henderson, SAS Consulting Services Inc.; Merry G. Rabb, SAS Consulting Services Inc.; Jeffrey A. Polzin, SAS Institute Inc.
Pages: 11 Size: 626 Kb 
tweet!  Screen Control Language - An Invaluable Tool in Application Development
  David Septoff, SAS Consulting Services Inc.
Pages: 6 Size: 324 Kb 
tweet!  Using PROC SQL In Data Management Applciations
  Merry G. Rabb, SAS Consulting Services Inc.
Keywords: SQL
Pages: 9 Size: 392 Kb 

Northeast SAS Users Group 1989   October 29-30, 1989 - Washington, District of Columbia

SAS - Release 6.06
tweet!  What You Can Expect With Release 6.06 of the SAS System
  Barbara Pendergrass, SAS Institute
Pages: 3 Size: 201 Kb 
tweet!  Introducing New Documentation for the SAS System
  Helen Wolfson, SAS Institute; Brenda Kalt, SAS Institute
Pages: 5 Size: 278 Kb 
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