Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2000 17:46:32 +0100
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From: Peter Crawford <peter.crawford@DB.COM>
Subject: Re: Question about SAS Logs
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Those are probably '0c'x page break characters.
If you don't want them, there is probably some option available which is better,
but I use
option formdlim='-' ;
That puts a line of - where the page break should be.
You can use any character.
Datum: 16.02.2000 17:34
An: Peter Crawford/Zentrale/DeuBaExt
Betreff: RE: Question about SAS Logs
The good idea you are presenting us. I have already test the way pointed
out. It works well. That only question remains to me is that there are lot
of small square at left cornor in both log file and output file. I really
want to get rid of them. Have you ever had such a strange phenoment?
Any suggestion about it? Thank you for your time.
From: Peter Crawford [mailto:peter.crawford@DB.COM]
Sent: Wednesday, February 16, 2000 4:47 AM
Subject: Question about SAS Logs
why not run it in batch (try a right click on a sas program in windows
that should create a log file automatically
Datum: 16.02.2000 00:08
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Betreff: Question about SAS Logs
This may fall into the category of "frighteningly obvious" but I haven't
found the solution in my SAS manuals, so here goes:
I am using SAS 6.12 on a PC and I would like to have certain SAS
programs produce a log file every time they run. The default is to
produce them to the screen, but not to a file. When I run data.sas, I
want a program called data.log to be produced containing the log of the
session and I'd like it to end up in the same directory as data.sas. If
at all possible, I'd like to have a command within data.sas that leads
to this result rather than invoking a command line every time I run my
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