prints system information
- SHOW operands;
where operands are any of the
valid operands to the SHOW statement.
These are given below.
The SHOW statement prints system information.
The following operands are available:
An example of a valid statement follows:
- shows all the information included by
OPTIONS, SPACE, DATASETS, FILES, and MODULES.
- behaves like NAMES, but also shows names without values.
- shows the names and attributes of the
variables in the current SAS data set.
- shows all open SAS data sets.
- shows all open files.
- returns the size of the largest chunk of main memory available.
- shows all modules that exist in the current IML environment.
A module already referenced but not
yet defined is listed as undefined.
- shows attributes of the specified matrix.
If the name of a matrix is one of the SHOW keywords, then
both the information for the keyword and the matrix are shown.
- shows attributes of all matrices having values.
Attributes include number of rows,
number of columns, data type, and size.
- shows current settings of all IML
options (see the RESET statement).
- shows the status of all paused modules that are pending resume.
- shows the workspace and symbolspace size and their current usage.
- shows the modules and matrices in the current IML library storage.
- shows all active windows opened by WINDOW statements.
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