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What is wrong with this syntax ?

 <% if (Request.Form("expdate")== "" { %>

<% } // end SessionID.EOF && SessionID.BOF %>
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Question by:amucinobluedot
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You're missing a closing parenthesis after the == "":
<% if (Request.Form("expdate")== "") { %>

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Thx !
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