FAQ: Conditionals & Logic - Else If

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Edit: I already solved this.

I get this error while running my code:

ph.cpp:30:1: error: expected declaration before '}' token

Does anyone know what it means?

Solution: I had an additional } at the end. I removed it.


**Problem: ** It keeps telling me " Did you write an if , else if , else statement?" even tough I used them. I refreshed but it still doens’t work, I also tried to copy and paste it back but it doesn’t work, reset neither.

You can see that on the screenshot.