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The SAS Certified Base Programmer for SAS 9 credential is globally recognized for validating SAS Base Programmer knowledge. With the SAS Certified Base Programmer Certification credential, you stand out in a crowd and prove that you have the SAS Base Programmer knowledge to make a difference within your organization. The SAS Certified Base Programmer for SAS 9 Certification exam will test the candidate’s knowledge on following areas.
– Use FORMATTED and LIST input to read raw data files.
– Use INFILE statement options to control processing when reading raw data files.
– Use various components of an INPUT statement to process raw data files including column and line pointer controls, and trailing @ controls.
– Combine SAS data sets.
– Access an Excel workbook.
Creating Data Structures
– Create temporary and permanent SAS data sets.
– Create and manipulate SAS date values.
– Export data to create standard and comma-delimited raw data files.
– Control which observations and variables in a SAS data set are processed and output.
– Investigate SAS data libraries using base SAS utility procedures.
– Sort observations in a SAS data set.
– Conditionally execute SAS statements.
– Use assignment statements in the DATA step.
– Modify variable attributes using options and statements in the DATA step.
– Accumulate sub-totals and totals using DATA step statements.
– Use SAS functions to manipulate character data, numeric data, and SAS date values.
– Use SAS functions to convert character data to numeric and vice versa.
– Process data using DO LOOPS.
– Process data using SAS arrays.
– Validate and clean data.
– Generate list reports using the PRINT procedure.
– Generate summary reports and frequency tables using base SAS procedures.
– Enhance reports through the use of user-defined formats, titles, footnotes and SAS System reporting.
– Generate reports using ODS statements.
– Identify and resolve programming logic errors.
– Recognize and correct syntax errors.
– Examine and resolve data errors.
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