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The result of the fear of the semicolon is that SAS programmers quite often forget to code the semicolon.
Folklore: SAS really stands for "semicolon - always semicolon"
- Many statements, like the INPUT statement, may span multiple lines. A semicolon should only be appended to the very end of the statement, not the end of each line.