PROC PRINT    

PROC PRINT is useful general purpose procedure for displaying variables with or without labels.  Temporary user-defined formats may be applied or default formats are applied.  

Common options are NOOBS to suppress the record number, WIDTH=MINIMUM to use data value length instead of full variable lengths and HEADING=VERTICAL or HORIZONTAL for variable name display.  The BY statement displays records in BY groups.  Note that if a WHERE condition is applied, then the OBS numbers may not be in sequence order since some records will be excluded.  Only the records meeting the condition will be displayed. 

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Below is a collection of SAS® papers on PROC PRINT. 

Beginner Paper PROC PRINT - the Granddaddy of all Procedures, Enhanced and Still Going, Strong!, David Franklin

ODS Paper PROC PRINT and ODS: Teaching an Old PROC New Tricks, Darylene Hecht

SAS® Reference PROC PRINT Syntax

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1. Before PROC REPORT, There Was PROC PRINT, Clarence Wm. Jackson

2. REPORT WRITING WITH PROC PRINT AND PROC QPRINT, James A. Le Goullon, Debra Martinson

3. SAS TUTORIAL: PROC PRINT REPORTING, James M. Watts

4. Changes & Enhancements for ODS by Example (through Version 8.2), Sandy McNeill

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