error: macro names must be identifiers? esp8266

Can someone guide me with this problem. I am new to programming.
Programming esp8266 with ubidots.
I am trying to compile but I get an error on wifi password (macro names must be identifiers)
I have added notes to help.

#include <ESP8266WiFi.h>
#include <ESP8266HTTPClient.h>
#include <PubSubClient.h>
#include “UbidotsESPMQTT.h”
#include <Servo.h>
/****************************************
Define Constants
****************************************/
#define Token"…" // Your Ubidots TOKEN
#define ssid “…” //Your SSID
#define wifi pass “…” // Your Wifi Pass
#define motor “motor” // Put here your Ubidots device label
#define speed “speed” // Put here your Ubidots variable label
#define MotorPin D5 //NodeMCU pin where the signal for the ESC comes out
Servo ESC;
float value=0; // To store incoming value.
float MotorSpeed=0;

Ubidots client(TOKEN);

/****************************************
Auxiliar Functions
****************************************/

// cast from an array of chars to float value.
float btof(byte * payload, unsigned int length) {
char * demo = (char ) malloc(sizeof(char) * 10);
for (int i = 0; i < length; i++) {
demo _= payload
;_
_
}_
_
float value = atof(demo);_
_
free(demo);_
_
return value;_
_
}_
_
// Callback to handle subscription*_
void callback(char* topic, byte* payload, unsigned int length) {
* value = btof(payload, length);*
* value = map(value, 0, 100, 0, 180); //Map the 0-100 values from the slider to the 0-180 to use the servo lib.*
* ESC.write(value); //Send the value (PWM) to the ESC*
* Serial.println(value);*
* Serial.println(MotorSpeed);*

}
/****************************************
* Main Functions*
****************************************/
void setup() {
* // put your setup code here, to run once:*
* client.ubidotsSetBroker(“industrial.api.ubidots.com”); // Sets the broker properly for the business account*
* client.setDebug(true); // Pass a true or false bool value to activate debug messages*
* Serial.begin(9600);*
* client.wifiConnection(ssid,pass);*
* client.begin(callback);*
* client.ubidotsSubscribe(DEVICE_LABEL, VARIABLE); //Insert the dataSource and Variable’s Labels*
* ESC.attach(MotorPin,1000,2000);*
* WiFi.begin(ssid, pass);*

}
void loop() {
* // put your main code here, to run repeatedly:*
* if (!client.connected()) {*
* client.reconnect();*
* client.ubidotsSubscribe(DEVICE_LABEL, VARIABLE); //Insert the dataSource and Variable’s Labels*
* }*
* client.loop();*
}

Do you suppose you could post the entire error message?

Do you suppose you could post the entire error message? The actual error and not a paraphrased version?

#define Token"..........................." // Your Ubidots TOKEN

Oops...

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Another oops:

project112:

#define wifi pass "........." // Your Wifi Pass

It seems you tried to name your macro wifi pass. You can’t have spaces in macro names (or any C++ name for that matter). I see later in your code you are using the name pass.

sketch_aug26a.ino:11:14: warning: ISO C99 requires whitespace after the macro name [enabled by default]
 #define Token"..........................." // Your Ubidots TOKEN
              ^

This is the first warning I got. Seems self-explanatory as to what is wrong.

This is the error message. It highlights my wifi password for some reason. Now keep in mind I am not great at programming. so any issues with the code please shine a light on me.

Arduino: 1.8.9 (Windows Store 1.8.21.0) (Windows 10), Board: "Generic ESP8266 Module, 80 MHz, Flash, Disabled, All SSL ciphers (most compatible), ck, 26 MHz, 40MHz, DOUT (compatible), 512K (no SPIFFS), 2, nonos-sdk 2.2.1 (legacy), v2 Lower Memory, Disabled, None, Only Sketch, 9600"

project_1:11:9: error: macro names must be identifiers

#define 3pbpumzf "........." // Your Wifi Pass

^

Multiple libraries were found for "Servo.h"
Used: C:\Users\marwan\Documents\ArduinoData\packages\esp8266\hardware\esp8266\2.5.2\libraries\Servo
Not used: C:\Program Files\WindowsApps\ArduinoLLC.ArduinoIDE_1.8.21.0_x86__mdqgnx93n4wtt\libraries\Servo
exit status 1
macro names must be identifiers

This report would have more information with
"Show verbose output during compilation"
option enabled in File -> Preferences.

Names must not start with a number

But my wifi password starts with a number and cant be changed. Any alternative for this?

The password can start with a number. The name you use for it cannot.

do you mean the wifi SSID?
If not that, then what do you mean by name?

project112:
If not that, then what do you mean by name?

The name of the macro you're creating.

You could also forget about using macros all-together since there are a number of "gotchas" if you don't know what you're doing. Why not go with const c-strings?

const char ssid[] = "MySSID";
const char wifiPassword[] = "MyPassword";

I agree with gfvalvo's advice to avoid unnecessary use of macros. However, it is still useful to understand how to correctly use macros. For that reason, I recommend that you study the documentation provided in the Arduino Language reference:
https://www.arduino.cc/reference/en/language/structure/further-syntax/define/

This is a generally useful skill for you to learn. When there is some particular code you don't understand, look it up in the reference:
https://www.arduino.cc/reference/en

project112:
do you mean the wifi SSID?
If not that, then what do you mean by name?

#define THIS yourSSID

Whatever THIS is can’t start with a number. That’s the name you’re creating to replace with your SSID.

If you’re not sure what a #define statement does, then you should probably find out before trying to use any more.

take a coding course please