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Parse error syntax error unexpected t object operator in wordpress

Viewing 2 replies - 1. com/ questions/ / php- parse- error- syntax- error- unexpected- t- object- operator. I' m getting the error: " Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_ OBJECT_ OPERATOR, expecting ', ' or ' ; ' " on the line: echo ' loggedin_ user- > domain. $ bp- > profile- > slug. ' / ” > Profile' ;. I didn' t write this code ( I don' t know anything. This line is missing a $ before this, so this is being treated as a constant, which doesn' t exist so is treated as a string, which can' t have - > after it. Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_ OBJECT_ OPERATOR in. true; / / Close the result object $ result- > close( ) ; } } else { / / Quit if we can' t check the database die( ' Something went wrong with select' ) ; } }. You can' t use ( it' s invalid php syntax) : new PurchaseOrderFactory- > instance( ) ;. You probably meant one of those: / / Initialize new object of class PurchaseOrderFactory new PurchaseOrderFactory( ) ; / / Clone instance of already. public function query( $ sql, $ params = array( ) ) { $ this- > _ error = false; if( this- > _ query = $ this- > _ pdo- > prepare( $ sql) ) { $ x = 1; if( count( $ params) ) { foreach( $ params as $ param) { $ this- > _ query- > bindValue( $ x, $ param) ; $ x+ + ;. Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_ OBJECT_ OPERATOR in C: \ wamp\ www\ loginoops\ user1. php on in line 9. object, when i include by include function than this error is occured Parse error: syntax error, unexpected.

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    I got the error: Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_ OBJECT_ OPERATOR, expecting ' ) '. for this line: ' post_ title' - > $ formdata[ ' name' ] ) ;. As far as I know, the syntax is right, isn' t it? php wordpress syntax error- handling. The - sign means subtraction. To use it in property names, you must use this syntax: $ firstName = ( string) $ order- > { " billing- address" } - > { " first- name" } ; $ lastName = ( string) $ order- > { " billing- address" } - > { " last- name" } ;. In general, it' s probably better.