Fix “Reached End of File While Parsing” Java Error

When you see the “Reached end of file while parsing” error message in Java, it means that the compiler reached the end of your code without seeing the expected closing bracket. This can happen when you forget to add a closing bracket at the end of your code, or when you forget to close a parenthesis inside your code.

When an IDE generates source code that includes Unicode characters, such as Chinese or Arabic letters, this also might happen.

Although it can be frustrating to see this error, it’s actually quite easy to fix. In most cases, all you need to do is add the missing curly bracket or remove the Unicode characters from your source code. 

//Example: The closing bracket is missing in the main method
public class Main {
	public static void main(String[] args) {
		System.out.println("My program is running..");
}

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