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How do I resolve this syntax error

Jim Miller asked in Rails

Hi guys,

I have this error and I don't understand what the error is. I'm using Rails 6

syntax error, unexpected tLABEL
stripe_id: customer.id,
~~~~~~~~~
/vagrant/Rails/stripe-test/app/controllers/subscriptions_controller.rb:34: syntax error, unexpected tLABEL, expecting '='

My code is:
options = (
stripe_id: customer.id,
stripe_subscription_id: subscription.id
)

current_user.update(options)

Thanks,
Jim

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Presumably you meant options to be a hash? You used () instead of {}

options = {
  stripe_id: customer.id,
  stripe_subscription_id: subscription.id
}
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That's it! Thanks!

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