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Step-by-Step Programming with Base SAS 9.4 by SAS Institute

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Creating Simple Reports

Showing All the Variables

By default, the PRINT procedure generates a simple report that shows the values of all the variables and the observations in the data set. For example, the following PROC PRINT step creates a report for the first sales quarter:
proc print data=qtr01;
   title 'TruBlend Coffee Makers First Quarter Sales Report';
run;
The following output shows the values of all the variables for all the observations in QTR01:
Display 27.1 Showing All Variables and All Observations
Showing All Variables and All Observations
The Obs column identifies each observation by number. By default, SAS displays the observation number at the beginning of each row. ...

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