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Contributor scb
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Proc Print Query

The below code is fine.  May I know how to get rid of the "final total" - 12846292 and also the second MAKE name in the subtotal.  Any idea? Thanks.

 

The below code generated:

Volvo     .....................

              ....................

              .....................

Volvo                         $410,594

                                  12846292

 

I would to have:

Volvo     .....................

              ....................

              .....................

                                   $410,594

                                 

data cars;
set sashelp.cars;
run;

proc print data=cars;
by make;
id make;
sum Invoice;
run;

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Re: Proc Print Query

When you start wanting more control over the selection of variables you may need to move to another procedure such as Proc Report that allows different types of summaries appearing.

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Posts: 9,682

Re: Proc Print Query

data cars;
set sashelp.cars;
run;
options nobyline;
proc report data=cars nowd spanrows;
by make;
define make/group;
define invoice/analysis sum;
define MSRP	/display;
define EngineSize/display;	
define Cylinders/display;
define Horsepower/display;
define MPG_City/display;
define MPG_Highway/display;
define Weight/display;
define Wheelbase/display;
define Length/display; 
break after make/summarize;
run;
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