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Mismatched Brackets

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06-06-2022 12:52 PM
SamThach
New Contributor

I am writing a calculation for a bunch of variables and keep getting the error about mismatched brackets. I do not see what is wrong since I count that all brackets are there in the right spots. Anybody know what is wrong? I tried this into a simpler one located down below but got the same error.

original:

IF(selected(${sidewalk},"yes"), (int(${obscured_adress}) + int(${broken_windows}) + int(${yard_debris}) + int(${untrimmed_yard}) + int(${roofing_cond}) + int(${paint_exterior_cond}) + int(${physical_appearance}) + int(${sidewalk_kind})) , (int(${obscured_adress}) + int(${broken_windows}) + int(${yard_debris}) + int(${untrimmed_yard}) + int(${roofing_cond}) + int(${paint_exterior_cond}) + int(${physical_appearance}))

 

simpler test:

IF(selected(${sidewalk},"yes"), 1, 0)

4 Replies
DougBrowning
MVP Esteemed Contributor

Did you try if it may be case sensitive and not know what IF means.  Just a guess.

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RobertBorchert
Frequent Contributor III

You have 19 start ( and only 18 closing )

Trouble shooing Tip paste it into Word and use the search function to count the number of each.  

DeonLengton
Esri Contributor

Better yet, use Notepad++

If you highlight a bracket it will show its closing bracket, if it exists...

IsmaelChivite
Esri Notable Contributor

 

This works for me. I just added an extra parenthesis at the end and replaced IF with if

if(selected(${sidewalk},"yes"), (int(${obscured_adress}) + int(${broken_windows}) + int(${yard_debris}) + int(${untrimmed_yard}) + int(${roofing_cond}) + int(${paint_exterior_cond}) + int(${physical_appearance}) + int(${sidewalk_kind})) , (int(${obscured_adress}) + int(${broken_windows}) + int(${yard_debris}) + int(${untrimmed_yard}) + int(${roofing_cond}) + int(${paint_exterior_cond}) + int(${physical_appearance})))

Attaching another approach to do this