|Printing and Routing Output
each SAS job or session, SAS automatically creates two types of output:
contains information about the processing
of SAS statements. As each program step executes, notes are written to the
SAS log along with any applicable error or warning messages.
is also called the procedure output
file or print file. Whenever a SAS program
executes a PROC step or a DATA step that produces printed output, SAS sends
the output to the SAS output file.
Default Routings of the SAS Log and Output Files shows the default
routings of the SAS log and output files.
By default, both the log
file and the output file are
written to your current directory. Your system administrator might have changed
these default routings.
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