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How to checking SAS code for errors after running the code?

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I would like to write "0" to check.txt file if my SAS program completes successfully (with no errors). What should I add at the end of my SAS program to make this happen?
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you can use the SYSERR global variable to determine if there's any error. anything greater than 0 is an error.
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Hi

As a general rule, I only worry if the SYSERR is over 6... I get a lot of "Warnings" in my code - that actually mean nothing... and the code runs fine.  

I would use SYSERR > 6 rather...

See the following link for details on the errors - and what they mean:

http://support.sas.com/documentation/cdl/en/mcrolref/61885/HTML/default/viewer.htm#a000208995.htm
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Thank you both very much for your comments and references!
I checked errors in SAS program assigning 0 if no errors in SAS log and 1 if there are errors to a .txt file and then checked that .txt file in the script.
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