array('category') : Object of class stdClass could not be converted to string

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Sorry for not providing a solution earlier to solve the challenges that caused my problem.

The problem was caused by two interconnected issues:

  • A caching problem
  • Library incompatibility with the current PHP version. This led to conflicts between the PHP version being used and the libraries used in the code.

Fortunately, the issue was resolved by reinstalling PHP, which involved installing and integrating a newer and compatible version.

Method #2

This error occurs when you try to use an object as a string in PHP. The most common cause of this error is when you try to print or concatenate an object that does not have a __toString() method.

In your case, it seems that you are trying to convert an object of class stdClass to a string. To fix this error, you need to find the line of code that is causing the error and modify it to use the object in the correct way.

For example, if you have an object named $category and you want to print its value, you can use the following code:

echo $category->name;

Here, assuming that the object has a property named 'name' which contains the string you want to print.

Alternatively, you can define a __toString() method in the class definition to specify how the object should be represented as a string. Here is an example:

class Category { public $name; public function __toString() { return $this->name; } }

This way, when you try to print the object, PHP will use the __toString() method to convert the object to a string.


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