If you just want to see data for the class query, then you can also run the query interactively via your Cache Terminal window (or any other type of terminal emulator, such as Putty, Reflections, PowerTerm, etc...).
Here is the command to run the class query from your example:
Note: If your query accepts input parameters, then you just include them as the 3rd-nth parameters - an example of what that might look like if you needed to pass two input values to your query: Do ##class(%ResultSet).RunQuery("LastName.BasicClassQuery","Display","value1","value2")
This will list the data in your terminal window and might look something like this: Notice the first row that is displayed is all your column names (i.e. property names) and all the subsequent rows that are displayed is the data from your table(s).
AR:AdHoc Feedback Report:1:29:
AT:Stain/Request Audit Report:1:11:
CPS:Cytology Population Statistics:1:22: