38 footnote1 'Sales Report for Last Month';
39 footnote2 'Selected Products Only';
40 footnote3 'All Regions';
41 footnote4 'All Figures in Thousands of Dollars';
43 proc print data = sasuser.shoes;
44 footnote2 'All Products';
NOTE: There were 395 observations read from the data set SASUSER.SHOES.
NOTE: PROCEDURE PRINT used (Total process time):
real time 0.47 seconds
cpu time 0.37 seconds
Footnote[n] (where n is a number) is global statement to set footnotes. These footnotes will be displayed by SAS in the order of their ascending number (i.e. footnote1 appears first). If a footnote statement is externally specified then all the footnotes which have value less then n appear in the output.
In this example we define footnote2 again so footnote1 and footnote2 appear in the output as below:
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