A couple of more pointers:

Check the line right before the parse error for missing }) or ;

Always close your curley braces right after you open them and then insert
your code lines between the braces. {}  This will prevent you from
forgetting to close your braces.

Never write a single script with 2149 lines of code ;)


Jason G. <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> Hello all,
> I have ran across this error a number of times, and for those of you who
> are or will pulling out your hair, read on.
> When you get a:
> Parse error: parse error, expecting `T_OLD_FUNCTION' or `T_FUNCTION' or
> `T_VAR' or `'}'' in your_script.php on line 2149
> Check to see if you have all of you { and } intact.
> The error could be thousands of lines away, but the error message may
> to the end of your file.
> I notice this behavior when I am working on class definitions and forget
> open close a block (switch, for, while) in a method in the class
> Hope it helps someone.
> -Jason Garber
> IonZoft.com

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