What Does BCE0044 Mean?

What Does BCE0044 Mean?

The BCE0044 error is where the code expects something to be in the java script but something else was found.
For example, if unity had an error message displaying:
. js(9,1) BCE0044: expecting }, found ‘’.
This means that there is a JavaScript error on line 9 of the code where the computer was expecting a } but instead of finding a } it found nothing.

To create and solve a BCE0044 error you have to create a new JavaScript, it will display the code:

 #pragma strict
 function Start () {
 }
 function Update () {
 }

Then you delete the } on line 5, so the code is:

 #pragma strict
 function Start () {
 }
 function Update () {

Then save the script. Then unity will display:
. js(5,1) BCE0044: expecting }, found ‘’.
You can fix this error by putting a } on line 9 of the code so the code looks like this:

 #pragma strict
 function Start () {
 }
 function Update () {
 }

This can also be for an opening Bracket or a EOF (End Of File) for example if I deleted the { on line 2 of the code. The error message would display:
. js(2,1) BCE0043: unexpected token ‘}’.

This can be fixed by either deleting everything from lines 2 to 3 or adding a { at the end of line 2.