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

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Suppressing Information in the SAS Log

Using SAS System Options to Suppress Log Output

There might be times when you want to prevent some information from being written to the SAS log. You can suppress SAS statements, system messages, and error messages with the NOSOURCE, NONOTES, and ERRORS= SAS system options. You can specify these options when you invoke SAS, in the OPTIONS window, or in an OPTIONS statement. In this section, the options are specified in OPTIONS statements.
Note: All SAS system options remain in effect for the duration of your session or until you change the options.

Suppressing SAS Statements

If you regularly execute large SAS programs without making changes, then you can use the NOSOURCE system option as follows to ...

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