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    Unhappy Parse error: syntax error, unexpected $end

    Hi.

    I'm only a beginner on PHP but keep getting the message in the title as an error when I upload the page.

    The line number it applies to is always on the last line, even if that line is blank.

    Anyone know why and how to fix?

    Thanks, Flic

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    How the heck can we possibly know how to fix it if you haven't posted any code or what the error message was?
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    I did post the error, its in the title!

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    I think thats because you havent closed some {} tags

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    But you haven't posted your code. Not everyone's code is the same you know. Post YOUR code. Stop making us guess.
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    if you are using any loops then check that they have all been closed

    e.g
    Code:
    if (this is the statement){
    ###do somet
    }
    as you can see all loops start with a { and end with a }

    failing that post your code and this will allow us to find where the problem is.
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    Ah ha! It was a missing } , apparently when I deleted a chunk I accidentaly deleted that too! I should have thought to look for that but it was the fact is was coming up with the error on the last line that got me, but then now I know what it was I'm guessing it was expecting it later.

    The reason I didn't want to post the code unless absolutely necessary was because I have done before and the threads now appear in google when looking for the site. Is there a way to remove threads on here? I couldn't see one.

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    Why do you want to remove a thread? If you've got a problem and you solve it then you can leave it for others to find when they have the same problem.

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    Not this one, but other ones where I (stupidly) actually put the whole url in the message so it comes up in google as mentionned. Boss googled it once and wants it off.


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