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  1. Is it considered incorrect practice to declare privacy modifiers on variable/properties of subclasses? for example: class SubClass { var $property = 'notice there is no private, public, or protected keyword here'; }
  2. I am using parent::__construct() in almost every classes to connect Mysql DB. Example class class secondClass extends dbconnect { public function __construct() { parent::__construct(); dbconnect class class dbconnect { private $mysqli_handler; public function __construct() { try { mysqli_report(MYSQLI_REPORT_STRICT); $this->mysqli_handler = mysqli_connect(DB_HOSTNAME, DB_USERNAME, DB_PASSWORD, DB_DBNAME); } catch (mysqli_sql_exception $e) { throw new Exception('Error: Could not make a database link using ' . DB_USERNAME . '@' . DB_HOSTNAME . '!'); } if ($this->mysqli_handler->connect_error) { trigger_error('Error: Could not make a database link (' . $this->mysqli_handler->connect_errno . ') ' . $this->mysqli_handler->connect_error); } $this->mysqli_handler->query("SET NAMES 'utf8'"); $this->mysqli_handler->query("SET CHARACTER SET utf8"); $this->mysqli_handler->query("SET CHARACTER_SET_CONNECTION=utf8"); $this->mysqli_handler->query("SET SQL_MODE = ''"); $this->mysqli_handler->query("SET time_zone = 'Asia/Kolkata'"); } Is this create multiple instance of mysql dbconnection? I am frequently getting mysql connection error on my shared hosting. If so how to avoid? I am using PHP Version 7.4.16, some detailed explanation will be useful for me as I am using like this for many projects. Thank you for your time. Prabakaran
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