I'll begin by saying that the code I'm about to share is undocumented for recent releases of SAS, and therefore not officially supported. Read on for pure nostalgia or to learn trivia for your next SAS-themed cocktail party.
Decades ago, before web pages, computer program results were shared on reams of wide green-striped paper, affectionately known as "green bar paper." In my undergrad days as a computer science student, I didn't know for certain whether my program worked properly until I retrieved my green-bar printout from the compute center. (It was a minimum-wage student worker's job to separate/sort/distribute all of the output -- alas, an occupation that no longer exists.)
A feature of any green-bar printout is the heading: a paper-wasting ASCII-art banner of the output name and maybe the account that produced it. SAS has a language feature that allows you to produce banners like this: it's called PROC EXPLODE. Try running this in your SAS for Windows or SAS Enterprise Guide session:
options ps=132 nonumber nodate; ods listing; FILENAME FT15F001 temp; proc explode; parmcards; 1 KICKING IT 2 OLD SCHOOL! ; run;
The PARMCARDS statement is a relic from the punch card days, and the FT15F001 fileref is the spooling source that feeds it, a leftover from Fortran integration/compatibility.
If you use SAS University Edition (or SAS Studio in general), the LISTING (text) destination isn't visible. However, you can route the PROC EXPLODE output to a file, which you can then open and enjoy.
options ps=132 nonumber nodate; ods listing file='/folders/myfolders/oldschool.lst'; FILENAME FT15F001 temp; proc explode; parmcards; 1 KICKING IT 2 OLD SCHOOL! ; run; ods listing close;