quick-lint-js

Find bugs in JavaScript programs.

E0065: 'else' has no corresponding 'if'

if-else statements require an if clause. It is a syntax error to have an else without a matching if immediately preceeding:

if (testPassed)
  console.log("passed!");
  console.log("tests took ${end - start} s");
else {
  console.log("TEST FAILED:");
  console.log(failingTestDescription);
}

Note: In the above example, the second console.log call is not part of the if statement. Only the first console.log call is part of the if statement.

To fix this error, make sure your else is properly attached to an if:

if (testPassed) {
  console.log("passed!");
  console.log("tests took ${end - start} s");
} else {
  console.log("TEST FAILED:");
  console.log(failingTestDescription);
}

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