Accessing Properties3:14 with Alena Holligan
Once we create an object, we can access its properties. Getting or setting an object's properties can be done in a number of ways. In this video, we’ll be looking at the most direct way.
Object-Operators allow us to access the properties and methods of a class. We reference the object name, the object-operator, and finally the property name. The object-operator consists of the characters dash and greater than, which together make a single arrow (->).
$recipe->source = "Grandma Holligan";
Note that the property name does not start with the $ sign; only the object name starts with a $, because this entire reference is one variable.
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