Chapter 5: Identifying and Correcting SAS Language Errors

  1. Correct answer: a
    To correct errors in programs when you use the Editor window, you usually need to recall the submitted statements from the recall buffer to the Editor window. After correcting the errors, you can resubmit the revised program. However, before doing so, it is a good idea to clear the messages from the SAS log so that you do not confuse the old error messages with the new messages. Remember to check the SAS log again to verify that your program ran correctly.
  2. Correct answer: d
    The missing quotation mark in the LABEL statement causes SAS to misinterpret the statements in the program. When you submit the program, SAS is unable to resolve the PROC step, and a PROC ...

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