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How to Use Not Equal To Operator in SAS

This tutorial explains various ways to use the not equal to condition in SAS, along with examples.

1. ^= Operator

In SAS, ^= operator means “not equal to”. In this example, we are telling SAS to filter out Audi cars from the “cars” dataset in the sashelp library.

data outdata;
set sashelp.cars;
if make ^= “Audi”;
run;

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