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Wrapping Up The Project - Objects Code Challenge.

I am on part 5 of the code challenge and I've run in to a problem.

Here is my code that I came up with.

  $checker = new PalprimeChecker();
  $checker -> number = 17;
  echo "The number " . $checker->number . " ";
  if(!$checker -> isPalprime()) {
     echo "is not a Palprime.";
  } else {
     echo "is a Palprime.";

The error that I am getting is: Bummer! It seems like you are calling the right method and you have the removed various placeholder characters (##|()), but something in the output is not quite right. Please double-check the preview.

I cant see whats wrong with the code unless im over looking a really basic mistake.

Thanks for your help. Bremer.

Jonathan Ullberg
Jonathan Ullberg
8,900 Points

You need to uncapitalize the words "Palprime" on both echo statements.

Thank you very much.

1 Answer