Richard A. DeVenezia - Guestbook

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David H. Abbott    Durham NC Friday, November 9 2012, 10:40 am
Glad to find this site and much thanks for %seplist. I particularly appreciate that this macro is cleanly coded and has integral test code.
Jan Selchau-Hansen    DK, Hillerød Monday, February 27 2012, 04:06 am
Hello Richard,
I have for many years now been using your fantastic FINDFILES-macro, thank you.
Now we have upgraded til 64 bit, and the macro does not work anymore.
Do you by any chance have a 64-bit version of the macro ?

Jan Selchau-Hansen
patty    chambersburg Monday, September 26 2011, 04:32 pm
Great site. I was racking my brains trying to get this right for a pool league, my 1st time setting everything up. Just wish I could download into Excel so I could get roster printed out. Thanks for all your hard work
Chaitra Thursday, August 18 2011, 07:11 pm
Your website is too damn cool. You are a life saver.
Heenu    Bethesda Sunday, August 7 2011, 12:21 pm
Hi Richard,

You are an amazing person and great help to SAS community. Can't thank you enough. There are few people who take time out to help others and you are one of those few.

Have a great weekend, wish you all the best.

Warm regards..
Marc Talbot    Austin, TX Monday, February 28 2011, 07:30 pm
Round Robin logic was really helpful. Thanks!
rodiusd    Wilskerke, Belgium Thursday, November 4 2010, 09:42 am
First time the logics of a round-robin came clear to me. Thanks a lot.
Ninan    Bangalore,India Tuesday, January 19 2010, 01:20 am
Good work Richard, I am a computational biolgist and found this is a helpful website. Can you post more SAS ?
Bill    Baton Rouge, LA Monday, August 24 2009, 11:37 pm
Very useful site. Your scheduling work saved our gourmet group a bunch of time trying to schedule dinners.

Thanks
Paul Dorfman    Jacksonville, FL Thursday, January 24 2008, 01:01 am
Hey Rich, I have finally found a minute to tell you this site of yours does a really poor job at its maladroit attempt of failing to avoid being uncool! Keep up miserably failing to suck! - Paul
weetsrove    Keflavik Monday, November 19 2007, 01:46 pm
Hello,

Very nice place you have here, You done a great job.

Regards,

Soccer Fan
Emily    New York Friday, November 2 2007, 09:55 am
Have fun and good luck at your conference Dad!!! :-)
Emily    new york Friday, March 30 2007, 01:28 pm
Hi Dad. I don't really know what ur website is about but its AWESOME!!!! ROCK ON 4EVER!!!
Ryan Lo Saturday, March 3 2007, 04:12 am
Indeed, It is very useful for SAS coder. It saved me tons of works. Many Thanks!
Thomas Degenhardt    Hamburg (Germany) Wednesday, January 10 2007, 06:41 pm
Really good site! I got a lot inspiration for my SAS Programs.
I create a link from my Business Intelligence BLOG ( http://schwipps.com ) to your page.
Per Gunnar Hansø    Kristiansund, Norway Wednesday, September 20 2006, 03:11 am

Thanks for the regexp for parsing an apache log entry, it's saved me some work. Here's an slightly different version.

[variable declarations here]
  = /^(\S+) (\S+) (\S+) \[(.+)\] \"(.+)\" (\S+) (\S+) \"([^"]*)\" \"([^"]*)\"/o;

compare to = /^(\S+) (\S+) (\S+) \[(.+)\] \"(.+)\" (\S+) (\S+) \"(.*)\" \"(.*)\"/o;

Nice site, btw :)

Alicia Reeves    Lexington, VA Friday, July 7 2006, 08:43 pm
The day after I found your site I announced to my co-workers that I had found the holy grail of tournament scheduling. Your tables have saved me hours of work. I am the administrator at a summer youth camp, and each week I have to schedule a camp wide volleyball tournament among our 42 camper cabins. Since I found your site I can knock out the pairings in about twenty minutes taking into account all kinds of variables - empty cabins, more guy cabins than girl cabins, etc. THANKS!
Cecil D'Souza    Edison, NJ Friday, May 26 2006, 11:40 am
Thank you for sharing your knowledge with people. You must be one intelligent guy. The website is very well organized and I am keen to spend some serious time here while I hone my skills.
Nina Whitford    Leeds, England Thursday, February 2 2006, 04:20 am
I just used your excel-multisheet macro (a different sample). I have no idea how it works, but it does exactly what I want it to do. Thank you very much!
Matt Pettis    Eagan, MN Wednesday, January 12 2005, 02:21 pm
I just read your response to my posting on SAS-L regarding apache log files. Your solution was much more robust than mine, and I co-opted yours -- thanks. Also, after going to your website, I realized I saw you speak at SUGI 29 on using JavaObj. I wanted to tell you that I enjoyed that talk as well.
Reddy    Bangalore, India Thursday, December 2 2004, 03:47 pm
Richard, You have done a magnificent job. This website is very informative and the "Best Site" I had ever come across for SAS. I saved your webpage in my favorites. Thanks a Lot!
Gary Ross    Milwaukee, WI Wednesday, May 19 2004, 03:38 pm
Not sure at all how I originally got it, but your read_dbf.sas program worked like a charm on the Census Bureau 1990 data files available only as dbf files. Saved me a ton of work. Thanks for the little proggie.
Priya    New York, NY Wednesday, May 5 2004, 02:39 pm
Thanks! I used your delabel macro. It worked like a charm.
Prasanta Kumar Sahu    Bangalore, India Tuesday, September 17 2002, 10:57 pm
Just browsing through, looks to be very useful. I will sit with it quite often in coming days.
Thanks
Richard Gravois    Austin, Texas Thursday, July 11 2002, 03:20 pm
Good work on the ODS in footnote.
Since I was writing static pages, I incorporated some code to clean the 's after the page was created, but I may use the Javascript idea on other pages.

Again, many thanks.
Karen L. Wyland    San Francisco Jun 10, 2001 - 11:50:35
Excellent Site. I've found many useful programs and modules.
Dave Staelens    Madison, NY Jun 24, 2000
Nice Job Rich. Maybe someday I'll actually get my site up and working. :o)
Dick and Ann DeVenezia    Mountain Lakes, NJ Jun 24, 2000
We really like your work. Good Job!
Richard A. DeVenezia    Remsen, NY Jun 15, 2000
Welcome to my website, I hope you enjoy it and find it useful.