Informats and formats are used to tell SAS how to read and write the data respectively. Informats are commonly used in a datastep when reading data from an external file. Informats are rarely used in PROCs. Formats are commonly used in both data steps and PROCs.
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informats instruct SAS on how to read data from any input location (such as a file, an excel spreadsheet, a named pipe, or even another SAS variable, etc.) into a variable.
SAS has just two data types - character and numeric, and each informat is specific to storing the value into either a character or numeric variable. If the destination variable is a character, then the informat will begin with a
$ symbol, anything else will be a numeric informat.
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