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lagah rajan1,741 Points
at 1.43 sir,forgot ";" but get result unlike other programing languaged . so does css forgive for syntax errors
or it is not an syntax error;
It's technically not a syntax error, though it could be considered a bad habit.
In CSS semicolons are used to separate declarations from each other within a rule, since the color declaration was the last on within the rule he was working in he does not really need to tell CSS to separate it from the next declaration, since there is no next declaration in that rule.
Leaving out the semicolon of the last declaration is a practice popular among some programmers since it technically saves some space, but it can cause issues since it's easy to forget to actually add the semicolon if you ever go back and add other declarations.