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Editing a Design to Correct an Error
Editor errors that prevent Pro/PROGRAM from reading the design are caught as soon as you exit the editor. Some ways that errors can occur are:
Having an IF statement without an END IF statement or vice versa.
Typing a variable name incorrectly in a relation or a condition.
Reordering a child before the parent.
Deleting a parent feature.
If the file contains errors, the PROG ERROR menu appears with the following active commands:
Abort—Cancel changes that you have made to the design and keep it as it was prior to editing.
Edit—Edit the design to correct errors. Error messages indicate the location and type of error. These messages are ignored during subsequent design processing; they are deleted if new errors are found and inserted into the design, or if you exit from the model.