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If statement syntax issue

Hi guys I have a question about my syntax issue I’m having. I have a formula with an if statement saying if all my toggles are true, my supervisor check on my excel query is true, but can not finish the final statement. Cause if not all of the toggles are true then the check is false. My statement looks something like && windowstoggle.value=true (“true”)(“false”)}), “”) and on the first bracket infront of (“true”) it says unexpected characters and I can’t fix it
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i am new to this forum so i screenshotted every page of the text, i solved the middle issue i made a text error but the bottom issue with the semi colon and the top 2 bracket issues i can not figure out.

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