You have a %include statement pointing to the source code for the macro (a .sas file)?
You can open that .sas file in a text editor (inlcuding a program editor).
I just realized that maybe the question is, can I view the code generated by a macro without invoking it? If this is the case, the most simplistic answer is, no.
If this is not the case, as Quentin said, since you are using the %include, you already have the explicit path to the macro program, so, just open if up in you preferred text editor for SAS code and take a look...
Is the question about a stored macro, and you know where it is stored? If so, there is a way to do it.
Suppose I created a macro called mymacro and stored it in a library in C:\macrolib.
In a later SAS session I want to see what code is in that macro.
I can do that, without invoking the macro, by using %copy.
options mstored sasmstore=mylib;
libname mylib "C:\macrolib";
The macro code will be in the SAS log. The macro is not invoked.
You could also read the catalog's macro entry, however, due to the quoting obfuscations it can get fairly messy:
/* default work macro catalog is work.sasmacr, if you are using enterprise guide then it is sasmac1 instead, by default */
filename x catalog 'work.sasmac1.YOUR MACRO NAME HERE.macro' ;
Could you please provide the particular syntax of %include to view the SAS Macro code in Log. I tried to locate the SAS Macro file in different ways, However could not succeed..
Library Location ="C:\Users\jaiga\Desktop\SAS_Test_Practise\Macro"
Macro catalog name- SASMACR
Macro Name - Macro1
Kindly provide how to locate this macro using %include syntax.
I'm guessing but it is probably something like this:
You can get the correct path by navigating to the folder in Windows Explorer then copying and pasting from the navigation bar at the top.
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