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PHP Object-Oriented PHP Basics Understanding Classes Classes and Objects

Create an object named "bluegill" that is an instance of our Fish class.

how can create object

fish.php
<?php
 class Fish {

 '$bluegill' = new Fish();
 }
?>

1 Answer

You'll want to create the object outside your class. The object name should also not be enclosed in quotes.