Here are the rest of the screen shots that demonstrate the tools and features
you would see and use when editing SAS source code.
Click on a thumbnail to see what that feature or tools looks like.
||There are a number of language related features and tools. This screen shot
series shows the use of a template to expand out a if - then control structure.
The first step is typing ift followed by a blank.
Templates exist for many other language controls structures like if-then-else,
do-while and do-to-by.
||This series demonstrates how the smart indenting works. As you type SAS
code, EZRTools looks at what you have typed to decide how the next line should
be indented, or un-indented.
||This screen shot shows the results of placing the cursor on an end
statement, then using the Tools-Match Language Structure menu entry. Notice
how the highlight shows that the end statement belongs to the do statement in
the if structure.
||This screen shot shows the context sensitive menu that appears when you
right click within the window where you are editing a SAS source code file.
The lower partition on the menu that has the commands Goto Line and Set Line
are an addition I made to the main context menu on my copy of MEW. They
duplicate the functionally of Set RA mark and Get RA mark that appear on the SAS
based additions to the context menu, but are there for the other languages
I work with. To see descriptions of all the features and tools available off
of the context menu or anywhere else in EZRTools, please click on the link
to our manual below.
||This screen shot shows the ruler that appears when the user presses enter
after typing a cards statement.
Other editor related links