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Term: audit file

(a^' dit fIl') n.

a special SAS data file that records changes to observations of a SAS data file.

Term: audit trail

(a^' dit trAl') n.

1. a sequential record of actions on data that are sufficient to indicate the history of the data.

3. the association between a SAS data file and an audit file by which changes are recorded in the audit file.

SAS word: AUTHID

Dataset option. SAS/ACCESS. SQL table qualifier.

SAS word: AUTOADD

Command. Ref: PSPPR:Display Manager.

SAS word: AUTOCOMMIT

Dataset option. SAS/ACCESS. Commit changes immediately.

Term: autoexec

(a^ tO eg zek') adj.

executing automatically as part of an initialization process.

SAS word: AUTOEXEC

System option. The autoexec file. Ref: PSPPR:System Options. PSPL:Execution:Session. SLRD:System Options.

Term: autoexec file

(a^ tO eg zek' fIl') n.

a SAS program file that executes automatically as part of the initialization of a SAS session or process. The autoexec file can be indicated in the AUTOEXEC= system option.

SAS word: AUTOFLOW

Command. Ref: PSPPR:Display Manager.

Term: automate

(a^' tu mAt') v.t.&i.

to set up to execute automatically, so that a process can occur without the effort or attention of a person.

automation, n.

Term: automatic

(a^ tu mat' ik) adj.

1. happening without any specific action by a person, as an action or effect of an automated process.

2. happening by default in the execution of a program, without being specifically mentioned in the program.

Term: automatic variable

(a^ tu mat' ik va^r' i u bul) n.

a variable that is created automatically in the execution of a program; a variable that exists when the program executes, even though the program contains no specific declaration or action to create it.

SAS word: AUTOREG

SAS/ETS. Procedure. Autoregression error model.

SAS word: AUTOSIGNON

SAS/CONNECT. System option.

SAS word: AUTOSPLIT

Command. Ref: PSPPR:Display Manager.

SAS word: AUTOWRAP

Command. Ref: PSPPR:Display Manager.


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