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

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Creating Simple Reports

Displaying All the Variables

By default, PROC REPORT uses all of the variables in the data set. The layout of the report depends on the type of variables in the data set. If the data set contains any character variables, then PROC REPORT generates a simple detail report that lists the values of all the variables and the observations in the data set. If the data set contains only numeric variables, then PROC REPORT sums the value of each variable over all observations in the data set and produces a one-line summary of the sums. To produce a detail report for a data set with only numeric values, you have to define the columns in the report.
By default, PROC REPORT sends your results to the SAS procedure output. The NOWINDOWS ...

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