SQL: Do This in SAS?

This app, "SQL: How Do You Do This In SAS?", is one of a series of eBooks about SAS software programming focusing on frequently asked questions and answers about SQL, illustrated by code samples which can be sent by email directly from the app. It is designed to encourage users to contribute questions some of which will be included in future versions of the app. There are controls to select specific questions, move to the previous or next question, decrease or increase the font to suit the user's preference, and send emails requesting answers to questions not yet included in that version of the eBook.

The questions, with answers, included are:
1. Introduction
2. About the Author: Philip R Holland
3. Updating data with related records
4. Merging data using ranges
5. Finding duplicate observations
6. Selecting variables beginning with 'S'
7. Using look-up tables with PROC SQL
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What's New

2.3.1: Fixed Google Licensing for Android 5.0 (Lollipop). 2.3.0: Updated text. 2.2.0: Added new book. 2.1.1: (1) Add question and images, (2) Update text. 2.0.4: (1) Improved tablet support, (2) Updated buttons. 2.0.3: Correct Google Play licensing. 2.0.2: New internal folder structure. 2.0.1: Fixed email bug. 2.0.0: (1) Standardised text formatting, (2) Added new question. 1.1.0: Added new book to Author section. 1.0.2: Added Google Play Licensing for compatibility with more devices.
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Additional Information

Eligible for Family Library
Updated
February 13, 2016
Size
582k
Installs
10+
Current Version
2.3.1
Requires Android
2.3.3 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
Interactive Elements
Users Interact
Permissions
Offered By
Holland Numerics
Developer
94 Green Drift Royston Hertfordshire SG8 5BT United Kingdom
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