Date: Tue, 9 Jul 1996 11:30:14 CST
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From: Jack Hamilton <Jack_Hamilton@HCCOMPARE.COM>
Subject: Re: Hiding BY variable name in PROC PRINT?
You can do this using the NOBYLINE system option in combination with a
#BYVAR or #BYVAL specification in the TITLE statement. For example, the
title 'Analysis of #byvar1 and #byvar2';
might produce the title line
Analysis of REGION and Sales District
(example taken from Technical Report P-222, Changes and Enhancements to
Base SAS Software, Release 6.07.)
Wih PROC PROC, the NOBYLINE option will force a new page for each new by-group,
since the titles would otherwise be misleading.
I'll mention this and a bunch of other features mentioned in the Tech Reports
during my very brief (10 minutes) talk at WUSS in September.
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Subject: Hiding BY variable name in PROC PRINT?
Author: Charles Pearson <pearson-charles@VIKINGFREIGHT.COM> at smtpgate
Date: 7/9/96 11:45 AM
Instead of the usual "variable=value" printed when using BY variables in
PROC PRINT, I'd just like the value printed. I saw labeling variables
with the split character hides the variable name, but it doesn't seem to
work on the BY variables. Any help? Thanks!