Stops executing the current DATA step, SAS job, or SAS session.
||in a DATA step
||values of n
||ABORT Statement in
SAS Language Reference: Dictionary
ABORT <ABEND | RETURN><n>;
The n option
allows you to specify the value of the exit status code that SAS returns to
the shell when it stops executing. The value of n
can range from 0 to 255. Normally, a return code of 0 is used to indicate
that the program ran with no errors, and return codes greater than 0 are used
to indicate progressively more serious error conditions. Return codes of 0-6
and those codes that are greater than 977 are reserved for use by
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