What's your best trick to break out of an unbalanced quote condition in BASE SAS?

As a base SAS programmer, you know the drill:

You submit your SAS code, which contains an unbalanced quote, so now you've got not only and unclosed quote, but also unclosed comments, macro function definitions, and a missing run; or quit; statement.

What's your best trick for not having those unbalanced quotes bother you?


Here is the one I use.


As for myself, I usually Google for "SAS unbalanced quote", and end up with submitting something like this:

*); */; /*’*/ /*”*/; %mend;

... to break out of unclosed comments, quotes and macro functions.

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