WARNING: Variable a has different lengths on BASE and DATA files (BASE 3 DATA 4). NOTE: PROCEDURE APPEND used (Total process time): real time 0.15 seconds cpu time 0.06 seconds NOTE: Appending WORK. With literally thousands of data file formats employed by Windows and Window-based apps, keeping track of all the file extensions used by software applications and programs can be a challenge.Fortunately, Webopedia's Complete List of Data File Formats and File Extensions makes it quick and easy to sift through thousands of file extensions and data file formats to find exactly what you need.They waste no time in deploying the new version, only to find that a few things don't work quite the same as they did with the 32-bit version.
Many SAS customers are quickly adopting 64-bit versions of Microsoft Windows, and they are pleased-as-punch when they find a 64-bit version of SAS to run on it. NOTE: There were 4 observations read from the data set WORK. WARNING: Variable b has different lengths on BASE and DATA files (BASE 5 DATA 4). NOTE: FORCE is specified, so dropping/truncating will occur. For example: data base; if 0 then modify base; if 0 then call missing(source, a, b); * CALL MISSING here is workaround for bug described in The hash approach should be more robust than the SET statement for really large numbers of data sets, and ought to be at least as fast. Especially if the datasets are numbered or stored in a common location, a macro can run through them in an automated way.To determine which version of SAS you have, start an interactive SAS session and examine the SAS log after SAS has finished loading.If you are running a version of SAS older than 9.3, contact Alan Howard to get a new license file or to upgrade to a newer version.