Converting a date time date to ddmmyyyyformat

I am reading a table using PROC SQL from a SQL Server database.  The DOB field is coming in datetime format.  

I would like to convert 02FEB1951:00:00:00.000    to     02FEB1951
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declare @date datetime
set @date = '02FEB1951'

select @date as [Original Date]
, convert(varchar(10), @date, 106) as [dd mon yy]
, replace(convert(varchar(10), @date, 6), ' ', '') as [Requested format]
Aloysius LowCommented:
if you are looking to execute the code within sas:
create table .....
from ......

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You can use the following in your code

SELECT REPLACE(CONVERT(VARCHAR(11), <fieldName>,106), ' ', '') AS [DDMonYYYY]
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