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PLS-00103: Encountered the symbol "LOOP"

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Hi, I created a nested looping, it gave me 2 errors as
PLS-00103: Encountered the symbol "LOOP" when expecting one of the following: if

PLS-00103: Encountered the symbol "end-of-file" when expecting one of the following: begin function package pragme procedure form.

The coding as bellow:
begin                       
     open c_oh_pro;    
     for y in 1..15
     loop
         fetch c_oh_pro into r_oh_pro;
         exit when c_oh_pro%notfound;
         
         --assign all the flex field record to a variable from (1) until (7)
         v_row_count := v_row_count + 1;
         
         --(1)
         if v_row_count = y then
              v_demand(y) := r_oh_pro.demand;
              v_origin_name(y) := r_oh_pro.origin_name;
              v_seq(y) := r_oh_pro.seq;            
              v_from_ww(y) := r_oh_pro.from_ww;
              v_to_ww(y) := r_oh_pro.to_ww;
              v_ww_cal(y) := r_oh_pro.ww_cal;
              v_pto_cal(y) := r_oh_pro.pto_cal;
              dbms_output.put_line('v_demand'||y||'='||v_demand(y)||',v_origin_name'||y||'='||v_origin_name(y)||',v_seq'||y||'='||v_seq(y)||',v_from_ww'||y||'='||v_from_ww(y)||',v_to_ww'||y||'='||v_to_ww(y)||',v_ww_cal'||y||'='||v_ww_cal(y)||',v_pto_cal'||y||'='||v_pto_cal(y));
             
              --to find out which one is SUM_OF_PASTDUE & DNY_STA_SS_QTY
              if substr(v_origin_name(y),1,1)='S' or substr(v_origin_name(y),1,1)='D' then
                 v_dd_attr(y) := v_origin_name(y);
                 v_item_dd_attr(y) := v_origin_name(y);
                 v_pto_dd_attr(y) := v_origin_name(y);
                 dbms_output.put_line('v_dd_attr'||y||'='||v_dd_attr(y)||'v_item_dd_attr'||y||'='||v_item_dd_attr(y)||',v_pto_dd_attr'||y||'='||v_pto_dd_attr(y));
              else
                  --to concate the full column for 7 pieces & item-(2 pieces)
                  v_dd_attr(y) := 'WW' || v_from_ww(y);
                  dbms_output.put_line('v_dd_attr'||y||'='||v_dd_attr(y));
                  for i in v_from_ww(y)+1..v_to_ww(y)
                      loop                      
                          v_dd_attr(y):=v_dd_attr(y)||'+WW'||i;                          
                      end loop;    
                     
                  if substr(v_ww_cal(y),1,1)='M' then
                      v_dd_attr(y):='('||v_dd_attr(y)||')*'||substr(v_ww_cal(y),2,1);
                      dbms_output.put_line('v_dd_attr'||y||'='||v_dd_attr(y));
                  end if;
                                                         
                  --to concate the PTO-(2 pieces)          
                  if substr(v_pto_cal(y),1,1)='D' then
                     v_pto_dd_attr(y):='/'||substr(v_pto_cal(y),2,1);
                     dbms_output.put_line('v_pto_dd_attr'||y||'='||v_pto_dd_attr(y));
                  elsif substr(v_pto_cal(y),1,1)='M' then
                     v_pto_dd_attr(y):='*'||substr(v_pto_cal(y),2,1);
                     dbms_output.put_line('v_pto_dd_attr'||y||'='||v_pto_dd_attr(y));
                  end if;
                                   
              end if;
     end loop;     --ERROR HAPPEN HERE

QUESTION:
what causing this error?? the end loop is the end the first "for Loop" at the beginning.
anyone can help??
thanks!!!
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There no matching "end if" for the line
>> if v_row_count = y then



Add the end if before the "end loop"
end if;
     end loop;     --ERROR HAPPEN HERE
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