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Author pablogsal
Recipients aroberge, lys.nikolaou, pablogsal
Date 2021-08-05.16:47:44
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> but when you do the test to identify if an 'else' is missing, could the fact that there is a colon instead of the expected 'else' be used to avoid misidentifying this case?

Yeah! That is what I was thinking. The key here is that the ':' is the only token that is valid after the construct, so anything else is a wrong 'if' expression, no matter what it is.
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