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Defining Your Own Functions with Proc FCMP Episode 2

Defining Your Own Functions with Proc FCMP Episode 2 - Using arrays (and plotting the Mandelbrot set)

Senior Consultant Bob Newman describes the use of arrays when defining functions in Proc FCMP. He demonstrates both fixed size arrays and variable size arrays being passed to the function as parameters, and also both fixed size arrays and variable size arrays being defined locally within the function. The examples culminate in a simple SAS/Graph program to plot the most famous fractal of all, the Mandelbrot set.