The CALL EXECUTE statement toils in relative obscurity. Despite its power, and despite the fact that it has been available for many years, relatively few programmers are familiar with it. As a result, this section presents some of the basics as well as the intricacies.
CALL EXECUTE is a DATA step statement that means: “Run this code.” Here is an overly simple example:
call execute ('proc print data=sales; run;');
Even though CALL EXECUTE asks for ...