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I'm starting to study and found this error during a video class.
unexpected token: identifier:moveandslide

extends KinematicBody2D
const UP = Vector2(0, -1)
const GRAVITY = 20
const SPEED = 200
const JUMP_HEIGHT = -550

var motion = Vector2()

func physicsprocess(delta):
motion.y += GRAVITY
if Input.isactionpressed("uiright"):
motion.x= SPEED
motion.x= -SPEED
if isonfloor():
if Input.isactionpressed("uiup"):
motion.y = JUMP


erro:E 0:00:00:0749 Condition ' debugparseerrline >= 0 ' is true. returned: __null
modules/gdscript/gdscripteditor.cpp:330 @ debuggetstacklevel_instance()

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I managed to find the error. It was just an indentation problem. The moveandslide expression should be aligned with the function that quotes delta.

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