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System Options under OpenVMS

PAGENO= System Option: OpenVMS

Resets the page number.
Default: 1
Valid in: configuration file, SAS invocation, OPTIONS statement, SAS System Options window, VMS_SAS_OPTIONS DCL symbol
Category: Log and procedure output control: Procedure output
OpenVMS specifics: valid values for n; syntax
See: PAGENO= System Option in SAS Language Reference: Dictionary



PAGENO=n | nK | nM | nG | hexX | MIN | MAX

n | nK | nM | nG

specifies the page number in multiples of 1 (n); 1,024 (nK); 1,048,576 (nM); or 1,073,741,824 (nG). You can specify a decimal value for n when it is used to specify a K, M, or G value. For example, a value of 8 sets the page number to 8, a value of .782k sets the page number to 801, and a value of 3m sets the page number to 3,145,728.


specifies the page number as a hexadecimal value. You must specify the value beginning with a number (0-9), followed by hexadecimal characters (0-9, A-F), and then followed by an X. For example, the value 2dx sets the page number to 45.


sets the page number to the minimum number, which is 1.


sets the page number to the maximum number, which is 2,147,483,647.


The PAGENO= system option specifies a beginning page number for the next page of output that SAS produces. Under OpenVMS, 1 is the default.

If you specify the PAGENO= system option when you invoke SAS or in a configuration file, you can use the command line alias, PAGNO.

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