Error Uncaught SyntaxError Unexpected token

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I am running an AJAX call in my MooTools script, this works fine in Firefox but in Chrome I am getting a

Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token : error,

 I cannot determine why. Commenting out code to determine where the bad code is yields nothing, I am thinking it may be a problem with the JSON being returned. Checking in the console I see the JSON returned is this:

{"votes":47,"totalvotes":90}

I don't see any problems with it, why would this error occur?

vote.each(function(e){
  e.set('send', {
    onRequest : function(){
      spinner.show();
    },
    onComplete : function(){
      spinner.hide();
    },
    onSuccess : function(resp){
      var j = JSON.decode(resp);
      if (!j) return false;
      var restaurant = e.getParent('.restaurant');
      restaurant.getElements('.votes')[0].set('html', j.votes + " vote(s)");
      $$('#restaurants .restaurant').pop().set('html', "Total Votes: " + j.totalvotes);
      buildRestaurantGraphs();
    }
  });

  e.addEvent('submit', function(e){
    e.stop();
    this.send();
  });
});Q

How to solve this?

Oct 9, 2020 in Java-Script by kartik
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1 answer to this question.

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Hello @kartik,

Using the jQuery command getJSON and adding callback=? to use JSONP and returning the JSON code {"foo":"bar"} and getting the error.

This is because I should have included the callback data, something like jQuery17209314005577471107_1335958194322({"foo":"bar"})

Here is the PHP code I used to achieve this, which degrades if JSON (without a callback) is used:

$ret['foo'] = "bar";
finish();

function finish() {
    header("content-type:application/json");
    if ($_GET['callback']) {
        print $_GET['callback']."(";
    }
    print json_encode($GLOBALS['ret']);
    if ($_GET['callback']) {
        print ")";
    }
    exit; 
}

Hope it helps!!
Thank you!!

answered Oct 9, 2020 by Niroj
• 82,540 points

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