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PHP Object-Oriented PHP Basics Understanding Classes Methods of a Class

Luka Milovanović
Luka Milovanović
290 Points

not sure whats's wrong with my code

tryed everything, not working

fish.php
<?php

class Fish
{
    public $common_name;
    public $flavor;
    public $record_weight;
  public function getInfo()
  {
   return "A". $this->common_name. 'is an' . this->flavor. 'flavored fish' . '. The world record weight is' $this->record_weight;
  }

$bass = new Fish();
$bass->common_name = "Largemouth Bass";
$bass->flavor = "Excellent";
$bass->record_weight = "22 pounds 5 ounces";
echo $bass->getInfo();
?>

3 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
215,372 Points

You're really close! Just two small issues:

  • the second "this" is missing the dollar sign (to make it "$this")
  • the concatenation operator (".") is missing between the last two terms being joined
Luka Milovanović
Luka Milovanović
290 Points

Did my best to find those misses, but couldn't, thnx a bunch

Don't forget the spaces within the quotes, if you concatenate a property to it! Hope this helps. If not, let me know!