Provides complete descriptions of all statements, options, windows, and commands that can be used with SAS/FSP software's FSBROWSE, FSEDIT, FSLETTER, and FSVIEW procedures.
The procedures in SAS/FSP software provide convenient interactive facilities for data
entry, editing, and retrieval. Using SAS/FSP software you can
- browse and edit the contents of SAS data sets
- enter data into existing SAS data sets
- create new SAS data sets
- browse and edit SAS data views created with SAS/ACCESS software
- browse SAS data views created with the SQL procedure in Base SAS software
- create, edit, and print form letters and reports
- build and customize end-user applications.
- The following chapters provide descriptions and the full syntax of the procedures in
SAS/FSP software and of the commands that are specific to each procedure.
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