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The Blue Four Galka Scheyer Collection : Norton Simon Museum of Art at Pasadena by Sara Campbell; Galka E Scheyer Download book in RTF, FB2, PRC

Author: Sara Campbell; Galka E Scheyer
Publisher: Pasadena : Norton Simon Museum of Art, 1976.
ISBNISSN: 0915776014, 9780915776016
Genre: Katalog, Biographie 1889-1945
Notes: 159 Seiten : Illustrationen
Responsibility: The Blue Four Galka Scheyer Collection : Norton Simon Museum of Art at Pasadena
Edition: Print book : English



New in the Macro Language --
Part 1. Macro Basics --
Chapter 1. Introduction --
1.1. Macro Facility Overview --
1.2. Terminology --
1.3. Macro Execution Phases --
1.4. Referencing Environments or Scopes --
Chapter 2. Defining and Using Macro Variables --
2.1. Naming Macro Variables --
2.2. Defining Macro Variables --
2.3. Using Macro Variables --
2.4. Displaying Macro Variables --
2.5. Resolving Macro Variables --
2.6. Automatic Macro Variables --
2.7. Defining and Using Macro Variables in a PROC SQL Step --
2.8. Removing Macro Variables --
Chapter 3. Defining and Using Macros --
3.1. Defining a Macro --
3.2. Invoking a Macro --
3.3. System Options Used with the Macro Facility --
3.4. Display Manager Command-Line Macros --
3.5. Statement- and Command-Style Macros --
3.6. Controlling System Initialization --
Chapter 4. Macro Parameters --
4.1. Introducing Macro Parameters --
4.2. Positional Parameters --
4.3. Keyword Parameters --
4.4. Choosing between Keyword and Positional Parameters --
Part 2. Using Macros --
Chapter 5. Program Control through Macros --
5.1. Macros That Invoke Macros --
5.2. Using Conditional Macro Statements --
5.3. Iterative Execution Using Macro Statements --
5.4. Macro Program Statements --
Chapter 6. Interfacing with Data --
6.1. Using the SYMPUT Routine --
6.2. Using a SAS Data Set As a Control File --
6.3. Macro Variable Forms Used in Dynamic Programs --
6.4. Moving Text from Macro to DATA Step Variables --
6.5. Doing More with the SQL Step --
6.6. Execution of Macro Code Using CALL EXECUTE --
Chapter 7. Using Macro Functions --
7.1. Quoting Functions --
7.2. Text Functions --
7.3. Evaluation Functions --
7.4. Using DATA Step Functions and Routines --
7.5. Building Your Own Macro Functions --
7.6. Other Useful Macro Functions --
Chapter 8. Using Macro References with the SAS Component Language (SCL) --
8.1. The Problems Is ... --
8.2. Using Macro Variables --
8.3. Calling Macros from within SCL Programs --
Part 3. Advanced Macro Topics, Utilities, and Examples --
Chapter 9. Writing Dynamic Code --
9.1. Elements of Dynamic Programs --
9.2. Writing Applications without Hard-coded Data Dependencies --
9.3. Using & & VAR & I Constructs as Macro Arrays --
9.4. Building SAS Statements Dynamically --
9.5. Using SASHELP Views --
Chapter 10. Controlling Your Environment --
10.1. Operating System Operations --
10.2. Controlling Your Output --
10.3. Adapting Your SAS Environment --
10.4. Coordinating with the Output Delivery System (ODS) --
Chapter 11. Working with SAS Data Sets --
11.1. Creating Flat Files --
11.2. Subsetting a SAS Data Set --
11.3. Checking the Existence of SAS Data Sets --
11.4. Working with Data Set Variables --
11.5. Counting Observations in a Data Set --
Chapter 12. Building and Using Macro Libraries --
12.1. Library Overview --
12.2. Macro Library Essentials --
12.3. SAS Autocall Macros --
Chapter 13. Miscellaneous Macro Topics --
13.1. Other Specialized Tasks --
13.2. Doubly Subscripted Macro Arrays --
13.3. Programming Smarter --
13.4. Working with Macro Parameter Buffers --
13.5. Understanding Recursion in the Macro Language --
13.6. Determining Macro Variable Scopes --
Appendix 1. Exercise Solutions --
Appendix 2. Utilities Locator --
Appendix 3. Example Locator --
Appendix 4. Macro Locator --
Appendix 5. Example Data Sets. Cover; Half title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; List of Illustrations; Acknowledgments; Note on Transliteration; Chronology; Introduction; 1. "A New Umm Kulthum"; 2. For Country or Self?; 3. Sustaining a Career, Shaping a Legacy; 4. From Artist to Legend; 5. Mother of Egypt or Erotic Partner?; 6. An Evolving Heritage; Epilogue; Notes; References; Index. What should have been a brief interlude turns into something deeper when Lil Lampert meets Grier Dilorio at the Taste of Chicago. Lil is in town visiting good friends Jody Williams and Clark Stevens, and he didn't plan to hook up with a younger man and discover a mutual love for architecture, interior design, and a unique sexual kink that keeps Lil coming back for more. By all appearances, Grier is the quintessential bad boy who loves speed, tattoos, and leather, but Lil slowly uncovers another side: selfless, responsible, and tender, especially for Luca, the son he's had to deny. With Lil's love and support, Grier will make a decision key to opening the door to a possible future together, one that includes fatherhood, something Lil has dreamed of but has never dared to explore.