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SAS is inclusive as a community, as a company, and as a technology. I'll wear the message loud and proud -- and you can too.
One approach to creating the Wordle game in the SAS programming language. Ready to play?
Emojis are showing up in our data. Here's what you need to know when working with emojis in your SAS code.
Over 57 billion minutes of The Office was streamed in 2020. My family bears some responsibility. Here's our activity visualized -- using SAS.
As you begin managing your SAS code and projects in Git, here are a few guidelines for how to organize your work and collaborate with others.
As citizens of the Internet, we are all familiar with IP addresses -- probably more so than our Internet founding fathers had ever intended. These addresses are typically represented in a 4-piece segmented list of numbers separated by dots. Here is an example: "188.8.131.52". Each segment is called an octet