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PHP Object-Oriented PHP Basics Building the Recipe Static

Eugeney Dubrovin
Eugeney Dubrovin
3,154 Points

Help Task 2

Cant get success

index.php
<?php

class Render {

  public static function displayDimensions($size) {

    return $size['length']. ' x ' .$size['width'];

  }

}

$size = array(
  'length' => 12,
  'width' => 14
  );

echo Render::displayDimensions($size);

?>

2 Answers

Heja..

For the challange, you dont need to specify the $size array yourself.. Just give it as a param, and then you need to access the first (length) and the second (width) item in this array.. so, this code should probably do the trick:

<?php

class Render {
    public static function displayDimensions($size){
      $result = $size[0].' x '. $size[1];
      return $result;
    }
}

echo Render::displayDimensions($size);