The following types of errors can occur
when SAS compiles and executes your program:
Syntax errors are errors
that are made in the SAS statements of a program. They occur when
program statements do not conform to the rules of the SAS language.
SAS detects syntax errors as it compiles each DATA and PROC step.
These are some of the types of syntax errors:
misspelled SAS keywords
unmatched quotation marks
missing or invalid punctuation
invalid statement or data set options
Execution-time errors cause a program to fail when it is submitted for execution. Most execution-time errors ...
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