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2 Types of Assignments for Macro Variable Values Assign Values Constant text a character string. The following statements show several ways that the value maple can be assigned to macro variable STREET. In each case, the macro processor stores the five-character value maple as the value of STREET. The leading and trailing blanks are not stored. %let street=maple; %let street= maple; %let street=maple ; Note: Quotation marks are not required. If quotation marks are used, they become part of the value.

3 macro variables created outside of any macro. Scopes of Macro Variables 4 Local Macro Variables 45 3 macro variables created in %GLOBAL statements. See “Creating Global Macro Variables” on page 59 for more information about the %GLOBAL statement. 3 most macro variables created by the CALL SYMPUT routine. See “Special Cases of Scope with the CALL SYMPUT Routine” on page 60 for more information about the CALL SYMPUT routine. You can create global macro variables any time during a SAS session or job.

The first is the delimiter for the macro reference, and the second is part of the text. TEMP; You can end any macro variable reference with a delimiter, but the delimiter is necessary only if the characters that follow can be part of a SAS name. --a report"; title "&name--a report"; They produce the following: TITLE "sales--a report"; Displaying Macro Variable Values The simplest way to display macro variable values is to use the %PUT statement, which writes text to the SAS log. For example, the following statements write the following result: %let a=first; %let b=macro variable; %put &a ***&b***; Here is the result: first ***macro variable*** You can also use a “%PUT Statement” on page 296 to view available macro variables.

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