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PHP Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '<' in /var/apache/lindamatthews.net/test/open.php on line 21

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I'm getting this error

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '<' in /var/apache/lindamatthews.net/test/open.php on line 21

But don't see the problem in the code here.pppppppp

<?php
ini_set("display_errors", "On");
error_reporting(E_ALL);

include("header.php");
include("menu.php");
$info=urldecode($_GET["info"]);
$info=explode("%f ", $info);
$c=$_GET["c"];
$r=$_GET["r"];

$row=explode("%i ",$info[$r]);
 
echo "<div class=\"content\">";

echo "<table><tr><td>";
echo "<img id=\"pic\" src=\"",$row[0],"\" style=height:425px><td style=\"width:3%;\">";
echo "<td>",$row[1];
echo "<tr><td>All images copyright Linda Matthews.";
echo "<td><button onclick=\"prevPicture()\"> Previous </button>";
          <button onclick=\"history.go(-1);\"> Thumbnails </button>";
          <button onclick=\"nextPicture()\"> Next </button>";
echo "</table></div>";

include("footer.php");


echo "<script type="text/javascript">"
echo "    function prevPicture() {"
echo "        document.getElementById(\"pic\").src=\"art/zen03.jpg\";";
echo "    }";

echo "   function nextPicture() {"
echo "        document.getElementById(\"pic\").src=\"art/zen04.jpg\";";
echo "    }";
echo "</script>";

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Question by:padmasambhava
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What is line 21?

echo "<img id=\"pic\" src=\"",$row[0],"\" style=height:425px><td style=\"width:3%;\">";

Should be

echo "<img id=\"pic\" src=\"".$row[0]."\" style=height:425px><td style=\"width:3%;\">";
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by:Gary
ID: 40407674
And
echo "<td>",$row[1];

should be

echo "<td>".$row[1];

Notice its a period not a comma
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by:Ray Paseur
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Just a note... Anytime you see Parse error: syntax error, unexpected... it means something upstream from the noted line number contains the error.  In some cases "upstream" might mean earlier in the same line, but other times it may mean mismatched quotes, curly braces or parentheses several lines above.
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