Proc print lists the values of the variables in a SAS data set in the output window. Proc contents displays only the names and types of variables in a data set.
The most basic form is
proc print data=first; run;
In this form, a complete listing of the values of all variables in
the data set
first will be printed in the output window. The
data= statement is required. A more complete example is
proc print data=second label noobs heading=vertical; var x y; by x; run;
label option uses variable labels as column headings rather
than variable names (the default).
noobs option omits the
OBS column of output.
heading=vertical option prints the column headings vertically.
This is useful when the names are long but the values of the variable
var option specifies the variables to be listed and the
order in which they will appear.
The optional by statement produces output grouped by values of the by variable(s).
For further information see online help under SAS SYSTEM--REPORT WRITING--PRINT or the SAS Procedures Guide.
Copyright © 1997 by Jerry Alan Veeh. All rights reserved.