Bash script syntax error

Hello Experts. I am studying Pen-testing and the current assignment is to write a script for data cleanup using vi.
I am experiencing a syntax error that i am having a hard time with
Please see the attached screenshot.
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Felix BakhmanAsked:
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woolmilkporcCommented:
You're missing the mandatory "fi" statement to terminate the "if" construct.

Put it in a line of its own after "find".

Besides that, if you want "UNAME" to contain the result of the "uname" command you should write

UNAME=`uname`

i. e. backticks (grave accents) instead of single quotation marks, or better

UNAME=$(uname)

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Felix BakhmanAuthor Commented:
I used UNAME=$(uname)



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