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JS1028: Expected identifier or string

An incorrect literal syntax is used to declare an object literal. The properties of an object literal must be either an identifier or a string. An object literal (also called an "object initializer") consists of a comma-separated list of property:value pairs, all enclosed within brackets. For example:

var point = {x:1.2, y:-3.4};

To correct this error

  • Ensure that the literal syntax is correct.

See Also


Comma Operator (,)