When you invoke a SAS procedure, SAS analyzes or processes
your data. You can read a SAS data set, compute statistics, print
results, or create a new data set. One of the results of executing
a SAS procedure is creating procedure output. The location of procedure
output varies with the method of running SAS, the operating environment,
and the options that you use. The form and content of the output varies
with each procedure. Some procedures, such as the SORT procedure,
do not produce printed output.
SAS has numerous procedures that you can use to process your data. For example, you can use the PRINT procedure to print a report that lists the values of each variable in your SAS data set. You can use ...