Functions and CALL Routines |
Category: | Combinatorial |
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Syntax |
LFACT(n) |
is an integer that represents the total number of elements from which the sample is chosen.
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The LFACT function computes the logarithm of the FACT function.
Examples |
The following statements produce these results:
SAS Statements | Results |
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x=lfact(5000);
put x; |
37591.143509 |
y=lfact(100);
put y; |
363.73937556 |
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