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SQL Anywhere 10.0.1 » SQL Anywhere Server - SQL Usage » Using Procedures, Triggers, and Batches » Tips for writing procedures

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Remember to delimit statements within your procedure

You should terminate each statement within the procedure with a semicolon. Although you can leave off semicolons for the last statement in a statement list, it is good practice to use semicolons after each statement.

The CREATE PROCEDURE statement itself contains both the RESULT specification and the compound statement that forms its body. No semicolon is needed after the BEGIN or END keywords, or after the RESULT clause.