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

What's wrong with my code, Cheers Nick


class Fish {

public $common_name ="Harry"; public $flavor = "Vanilla"; public $record_weight=50 ;

function __construct($name, $flavor, $record){

$this->common_name = $name;
$this->flavor= $flavor;
$this->record_weight= $record;


public function getInfo(){
        return "A ". $this->name . " is an" $this->flavor . " fish. The world record weight is ".  $this->record; 



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

echo $bass->getInfo();


1 Answer

Check the concatenation in your return statement. You're missing a dot operator.

Cheers Jason, I knew it was going to be something as simple as that!!!