|Related to : PHP Dice IoC - Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '.'?|
|PHPBB Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '}' overall_header.html.php|
Actually this is very simple error you are talking about. This should
be solved by yourself. Use PHP Syntax Checker or other tools for this.
|Parsing error: syntax error, unexpected T_CONSTANT_ENCAPSED_STRING, expecting ',' or ';'|
You started the echo string with double quotes and the src=".." and
alt=".." have double quotes, so you will need to use single ' or
escape it with "
|php syntax error unexpected ')'|
You cannot have expression(s) there.
You should apply substr() inside the __construct.
Also $this->file doesn't seem to be defined anywhere in your class.
Maybe you want this:
$this->part = substr($this->name, 5, 2);
|Haskell: Syntax error in input (unexpected `=')|
Your original first function is right except the fact that you are
pattern matching it wrong. It should be like this:
compare (x:xs) (y:ys) -- Not compare (x,xs) (y,ys)
Also as @ThreeFx suggested, do format your code properly. Ultimately
it should look like this:
compare :: String -> String -> Bool
compare   = True
compare (x:xs) (y:ys) = if x == y
|In a Ruby Rails App, I am getting "project/app/controllers/workouts_controller.rb:43: syntax error, unexpected keyword_end, expecting $end|
Class WorkoutsController < ApplicationController
class WorkoutsController < ApplicationController
Same for your model. class keyword should be used in lower register.
I assume you misprinted it, thats why parser sees extra end keyword