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INTERVALS Statement |

The syntax for the INTERVALS statement is as follows:

**INTERVALS**<*variables*> < /*options*>;

You can specify INTERVAL as an alias for INTERVALS. You can use any number of INTERVALS statements in the CAPABILITY procedure. The components of the INTERVALS statement are described as follows.*variables*- gives a list of variables for which to compute
intervals. If you specify a VAR statement,
the
*variables*must also be listed in the VAR statement. Otherwise, the*variables*can be any numeric variable in the input data set. If you do not specify a list of*variables*, then by default the INTERVALS statement computes intervals for all variables in the VAR statement (or all numeric variables in the input data set if you do not use a VAR statement). *options*- alter the defaults for computing and printing intervals
and for creating output data sets.

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