|Window and Display Features
Using the WINDOW Statement
You use the WINDOW statement to define a
window, its fields, and its attributes.
The general form of the WINDOW statement is
- WINDOW <CLOSE=> window-name
< window-options >
- < ...GROUP=group-name-n
The following options can be used with the WINDOW statement:
- is used only when you want to close the window.
- is a valid SAS name for the window.
This name is displayed in the upper left border of the window.
- control the size, position, and other attributes of the window.
You can change the attributes interactively with window
commands such as WGROW, WDEF, WSHRINK, and COLOR.
These options are described in the next section.
- starts a repeating sequence of groups
of fields defined for the window.
The group-name is a valid SAS variable name
used to identify a group of fields in a DISPLAY
statement that occurs later in the program.
- is a sequence of field specifications made up of
positionals, field operands, formats, and options.
These are described in "Field
Specifications" later in this chapter.
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