How can a sas code be inscribed inside a cgi script?

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How can a sas code be inscribed inside a cgi script?

Hi I have a question regarding how I can inscribe a sas code inside a cgi script? what will the output be?? Pls let me know.. Thanks,
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In general:

- create file with sas script.
- run sas in cgi file, calling sas script.
- sas output can go directly back to browser.
- or output can be saved to file, processed further, then sent back to browser.
- or output can be saved to file, and link to file sent back to browser.
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