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Term: template

(tem' plit) n.

1. a document that contains formatting, but no real content: used as a starting point for creating a formatted document.

2. a set of formatting instructions used to apply formatting to a document; style sheet.


Procedure. Ref: PSPPR:Procedures. SPG.

Term: tera-

a prefix meaning "trillion."

Abbr. T.

Term: terabyte

(ta^r' u bIt') n.

an amount of information equal to 1,000 or 1,024 gigabytes.

Abbr. TB.

Term: term

(turm') n.

a meaningful part or structural component of a statement, consisting of one or several tokens.

Term: terminal

(tur' mi nul) n.

a device connected to the end of a communications link, especially a device with a keyboard and video display used by a person to interact with a multiuser computer.


System option. Ref: PSPPR:System Options. PSPL:Macro Language:System Options for Macro Language. SLRD:SAS System Options.


System option. Ref: SLRD:SAS System Options.

Term: ternary

(turn' u rE) adj.

(of an operator) having three operands. One operand appears outside each of two operator keywords or symbols, with the other operator located between them.

Term: test

(test') n.

1. actions that determine a particular quality of something.

2. a process that is intended to determine whether a computer program operates correctly.

3. an expression that determines a particular quality of a variable.


4. to apply a test to.

testing, n. tested, adj.

Term: text

(tekst') n.

1. words and associated symbols arranged to convey a message.

2. character data that contains words, sentences, etc.

3. Macro language. a. the program characters that are processed by the macro processor. b. characters not requiring any action by the macro processor because they do not contain any macro language objects.


4. using or in the character data type.

SAS word: TEXT

SAS/GRAPH. Annotate variable.

Term: text box

(tekst' boks) n.

a marked rectangular area in which the user can type or edit a text value, usually preceded by a label that identifies the text value.

Term: text editor

(tekst' ed' i tur) n.

a program for editing text files.

Term: text file

(tekst' fIl') n.

1. a file containing characters that are used as text, such as a program file or text data file.

2. a file accessed by the INPUT or PUT statement or other SAS features designed for use with files that contain text data.


System option. ODS image files. Ref: SLRD:SAS System Options.

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