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First and Last Transaction in Sas by Date

First and Last Transaction in Sas by Date

First and Last Transaction in Sas by Date

(OP)
proc sql;
create table Expenses1 as
select FlightID,Date,Expenses
from Expenses;
quit;

The Date is in datetime format (ie 02DEC1999).  Here is sample output
FlightID          Date               Expenses
0101              02DEC1999            55
0101              14DEC1999           125            want to see
0102              26DEC1999           155            want to see
0102              09DEC1999            25     

In this example I want to see the last transaction by date only (ie the last transaction for FlightID 0101 and 0102  I read about using .First and .Last but need assistance in how to use the first and last transaction to show data

RE: First and Last Transaction in Sas by Date

(OP)
I think I figured it out using a proc sort data statement

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