SQL Begin and End problems

Is there something wrong with my syntax around where I place my begin and ends?
Declare @Image_Binary nvarchar
   If @Bin is null and @BinaryObject_Base64 is not null	
	 Set @Image_Binary =(Select dbo.ImageProperties_Base64(@BinaryObject_Base64))
	 If @BinaryObject_Binary is not null
	 Set @Image_Binary = (Select dbo.ImageProperties_Binary(@BinaryObject_Binary)) 
    Set @Image_Binary = (Select rtrim(REPLACE(@Image_Binary,'||',' ')))
    Set @Image_Binary =(select [dbo].[ufn_Utility_GetWord](@Image_Binary,1,'')

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looks ok to me
cheryl9063Author Commented:
It does not like it..It highlights the last end in my proc with goes with the BEGIN at the start of my proc
Imran Javed ZiaConsultant Software Engineer - .NET ArchitectCommented:
try this
Declare @Image_Binary nvarchar(max)
and if issue is not resolved then send complete sp
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i only see 2 begin and ends in your sample... can you post the entire code
cheryl9063Author Commented:
I figured it out.. In my last set I'm missing a )

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Alpesh PatelAssistant ConsultantCommented:
Declare @Image_Binary nvarchar (some length)
You asked if your begin and ends (in the supplied code) were correctly placed.
And you were answered that they were. You made no mention of other pieces of code (not supplied) or of syntax errors
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