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PHP

Sander de Wijs
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Sander de Wijs
Courses Plus Student 22,267 Points

OO PHP Final challenge 7/7

I need some help with the final step in the code challenge. I need to echo the getInfo method for the Trout object to the screen. What am I doing wrong here?

class Trout extends Fish {
  public $species;
  public function __construct($name, $flavor, $record, $species) {
    parent::__construct($name, $flavor, $record);
    $this->species = $species;
  }
  public function getInfo() {
    return $this->species . $this->common_name . "tastes" . $this->flavor . ". " . "The record" . $this->species . $this->name . "weighed" . $this->record_weight . ".";
  }
}

$brook_trout = new Trout("Trout", "Delicious", "14 pounds 8 ounces", "Brook");
echo Trout->getInfo();

2 Answers

Sander de Wijs
PLUS
Sander de Wijs
Courses Plus Student 22,267 Points

Found the answer! I had to echo the $brook_trout and not Trout.

echo $brook_trout->getInfo();

Do you need to add spaces between each of the variables? $variable . " " . $another variable ?

Are you seeing any output?