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02-08-2017 01:58 AM

You can create one function and one CALL routine in a single FCMP procedure step.

a.True

b.False

For above question in fourth version of prep guide, the answer is listed as False.

However, as I read the answer should be True.

Please let me know the correct answer. Thanks.

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02-13-2017
02:19 AM

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02-09-2017 09:00 AM

The wording is vague, which is probably what is causing your confusion. I suspect the author meant to write

> You can create** at most** one function and one CALL routine in a single FCMP procedure step.

Now the question is unambiguous. The answer is false because you can define multiple functions in a single call to PROC FCMP.

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02-08-2017 02:12 AM

What do you mean by "as you read"?

If in doubt, and for reliable learning, try this out in live SAS session...

If in doubt, and for reliable learning, try this out in live SAS session...

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02-08-2017 02:43 AM

False is the right answer.

A single FCMP procedure can have any number of Functions and Call Routines.

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02-09-2017 09:00 AM

The wording is vague, which is probably what is causing your confusion. I suspect the author meant to write

> You can create** at most** one function and one CALL routine in a single FCMP procedure step.

Now the question is unambiguous. The answer is false because you can define multiple functions in a single call to PROC FCMP.