Base SAS Interview Questions You'll Most Likely Be Asked

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Table of Contents
1. Basics
2. Referencing Files
3. SAS Programs
4. Reports - List and Summary
5. SAS Data Sets
6. Data Step
7. Formats
8. Statistics
9. Outputs
10. Variables
11. Combining Data Sets
12. SAS Functions
13. DO Loops
14. Arrays
15. Raw Data
16. Date and Time Value
17. Line Pointer Controls
HR Questions
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COM077000    COMPUTERS / Mathematical & Statistical Software
COM021030    COMPUTERS / Databases / Data Mining
COM021000    COMPUTERS / Databases / General
Sample from the book
(Below Questions and Answers are randomly taken from different pages of the book)
1: Explain SAS and its functions.
SAS is a popular Statistical Analysis System used for data analytics. It contains a set of software tools that are well integrated to extract, compile and process the data including Big Data. SAS performs the following functions:
a) Data Warehousing
b) Statistical scrutiny of the information, data mining and metrics
c) Helps the businesses in planning and forecasting
d) Provides statistical data for decision-making
e) Retrieving and managing useful business information
f) Presenting the available information as reports and graphics
g) Process research and Project management
h) Improving Quality by providing valuable insights
i) Application Development
106: While performing one-to-one reading does the resulting Data Set contain all the observations and variables from the input Data Sets?
While performing one-to-one reading, the resulting Data Set has all the variables from the input Data Sets. If the input Data Sets have variables with the same name, then the data from the Data Set which was read last overrides the data which was read earlier. The number of observations will be the same as the number of observations in the smallest Data Set.
107: What is the maximum number of Data Sets which can be given as an input for APPEND procedure?
While using APPEND procedure, only two Data Sets can be combined at a time.
139: What is the default length which SCAN function assigns to the target variable?
SCAN function assigns a length of 200 to each target variable.
192: How does SAS store date and time and what is the advantage?
SAS stores date and time as numeric values. SAS date value is counted as number of days from Jan1, 1960 to the given date. When a SAS INFORMAT is used to read a date, SAS converts it into a numeric value. A SAS time value is counted as number of seconds since midnight. The greatest advantage of storing date and time as numeric value is that they can be used in numeric calculations just like any other numeric variable. This feature is not available in most of the programming languages.

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