You cannot delete a stored procedure from SYSOBJECTS system table unless you change the configuration setting of...
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ASE by using sp_configure 'allow updates', 1. To do that, you need to be Sybase system administrator. It is better not to delete from system catalogue tables unless it is absolutely necessary. The proper way of dropping a stored procedure is to issue the following command:
DROP procedure <PROCEDURE_NAME >
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