The Little SAS Book: A Primer
I didn't think this book was that useful. I didn't like the layout, and could never find what I was looking for. The title is accurate; it is a primer. It isn't intended as a reference source, and that is probably what I needed.
I prefer SAS Institute documentation,
such as SAS 9.4 Language Reference: Concepts
Getting Started with SAS Enterprise Miner 6.1.
The author, Lora D. Delwiche, has written other SAS guides that I liked more than the Primer.
If you are a regular programmer learning SAS then be prepared to think entirely differently. This book did help with that. Basically, for SAS your whole program is one big old foreach loop.
Anyway, I rarely use SAS any more but I won't get rid of this book just in case. I had a different SAS book that I used sometimes but this one was by far more helpful most of the time.
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