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Parse error: parse error, unexpected T_ELSE....?

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Parse error: parse error, unexpected T_ELSE in /home/subfight/public_html/modules/Your_Account/functions_premium.php on line 151

I get this whenever i try to log onto a website....what does it mean? what can be done to remedy it on my side or on theirs? Is it just an error in their programming?
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It is a Zend engine Runtime Error, whilst parsing the PHP script.

Looks like an else construct has a bad unclosed braces or an if has superflous closing braces.

Deepak
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Thank you...that sounds about right....i just needed an expert way of wording "somebody messed up and either forgot, or typed one too many } "
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