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Wednesday, January 27, 2010


On which portion(s) of a SAS data set does the PRINT procedure report?

A. the data portion only
B. the descriptor portion only
C. the descriptor portion and the data portion
D. neither the data portion nor the descriptor portion


SASGuru said...

Answer: A

The Proc Print reports on the data portion only…Use Proc Contents to get the descriptor portio

Rujuta........ said...

A. the data portion only

siva said...

Answer A

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Ryan Lo said...

Answer is A.

The PRINT procedure prints the observations in a SAS data set, using all or some of the variables. You can create a variety of reports ranging from a simple listing to a highly customized report that groups the data and calculates totals and subtotals for numeric variables.

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