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PHP Object-Oriented PHP Basics (Retired) Properties and Methods Mid-Course Challenge

please help me

Challenge Task 4 of 5

Create a Fish object named $bass with the following data: name: "Largemouth Bass" flavor: "Excellent" record: "22 pounds 5 ounces" Bummer! Try again!

fish.php
<?php

class Fish {

    public $common_name;
    public $flavor;
    public $record_weight;

  function __construct($name, $flavor, $record){
    $this->common_name = $name;
    $this->flavor = $flavor;
    $this->record_weight = $record;
 function __construct($name, $flavor, $record) {
      $this->common_name = $name;
      $this->flavor = $flavor;
      $this->record_weight = $record;

  } 
}
}
$bass = new Fish("Largemouth Bass", "Excellent", "22 pounds 5 ounces");

?>

1 Answer

You have 2 constructor methods; one inside the other. Try and remove the second constructor nested inside the first one and run the code again.