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Shaozhe Xue
Posted Jan 10 - Read on Facebook

I do not know why the "unexpected if" always appear when I input the if?? somebody know the reason?

2 Comments

Peter Müller

There is no condition after the if statement for example

if yourVariable is true
print "true"
else
print "false"

Also, correction indention after the if statement is important.

German Bauer

"If the event occurs" is already covered by the line above with the "On Events.DragEnd". If (see what I did there) you have an extra condition to check for, then you need to describe that after the if word as Peter described above.

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