Nope. I ran your code and showed you the resulting error message.
Since you were saying that you didn't know why you were getting that error message, I added the information of what exactly the error message is referring to as the unexpected identifier. Further, it gives you the information that it's possible to run the code in other interpreters to get more information.
Making observations and comparing them to our expectations is how we figure out what we need to change.
So, something was unexpected, that means you'll have to ask yourself when it would be expected and what that looks like.