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41 CHAPTER 4 DBLOAD Procedure Reference Introduction 41 Note to UNIX and OS 390 Users 41 Import Export Facility 42 DBLOAD Naming Conventions 42 DBLOAD Procedure Syntax 42 Description 43 PROC DBLOAD Statement Options Procedure Statements 44 Dictionary 44 43 Introduction The DBLOAD procedure enables you to create and load PC files This chapter provides general reference information for the DBLOAD procedure File specific information for the SAS ACCESS interface to your PC file format is included in Chapter 5 and later This chapter presents the PROC DBLOAD options and statements common to all formats For a quick summary of the tasks that are described in this chapter see the tab page enclosed with your PC file format chapter Refer to SAS Language Reference Dictionary and to the SAS documentation for your operating environment for more information on SAS data sets and SAS data libraries and their naming conventions or for help with the terminology used in this procedure description Remember that help is available when you select the Help menu Note to UNIX and OS 390 Users If you are running this SAS ACCESS interface under the UNIX or OS 390 operating environment this chapter does not apply to you Instead see Chapter 3 DBF and DIF Procedures on page 33 Under UNIX and PC hosts you can use these procedures to convert a DBF or DIF file to a SAS data set or a SAS data set to a DBF or DIF file Under OS 390 you can use PROC DBF only to convert a DBF file to a SAS data set or a SAS data set to a DBF file 42 Import Export Facility 4 Chapter 4 Import Export Facility UNIX and PC users can access DBF WKn Excel 4 and 5 Excel 97 and MS Access data through the Import Export facility or by using the IMPORT and EXPORT procedures An overview is included in Chapter 5 Import Export Facility and Procedures on page 51 To use the point and click interface from a SAS PROGRAM EDITOR window select the File menu and then select the Import Data or Export Data item Information about how to import or



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