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How can i write to a output file through SAS Stored Process?

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i am writing a Stored Process in SAS to Transform the COBOL COPY book, All i want to write the out put in to a  output file , I am very new to SAS probably one week of learning. Please help me .
Code also i have attached.
*ProcessBody;
 
%STPBEGIN;
 
*  End EG generated code (do not edit this line);
 
   DATA BANKREC;
   INFILE 'C:\Sample\SAS\XXXXX_COBOL_CP_and_EBCDIC_DATA\edcdic_dda_flat.DAT' RECFM=F LRECL=9600;
   INPUT
     @1          X52096_1200_PRESENT                     $EBCDIC1.
     @2          W_CO_ID                                 $EBCDIC2.
     @4          W_KEY                                   S370FPD8.0
     @12         W_PRDCT_CD                              $EBCDIC2.
     @14         X52096_1201_PRESENT                     $EBCDIC1.
     @15         M_PRDCT_CODE                            $EBCDIC3.
   
     ;
	RUN;
	PROC PRINT;
	RUN;
 
%STPEND;

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Can you provide a sample of you input file?  Is it a flat file or vsam, etc.?  Do you get an error message when you execute the code above?

Here is a doc to review.  Look at the top of page 3.  It discusses reading Cobol and the COB2SAS utility.

http://www2.sas.com/proceedings/sugi27/p006-27.pdf
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