This error occurs when you are trying to call the get_class_name() method on an array instead of an object. This usually happens when you try to access a property or method of an object that is not initialized or assigned correctly.

To fix this error, you should check if the object is initialized before calling its methods or accessing its properties.

Here’s an example of how you can check if the object is initialized before accessing its methods or properties:

phpCopy codeif ( is_object( $my_object ) ) {
    // Access object properties or methods here
    $class_name = $my_object->get_class_name();
} else {
    // Handle the case when the object is not initialized
    // or assigned correctly
    echo 'Error: Object not initialized or assigned correctly';

In this code, the is_object() function is used to check if $my_object is an object. If it is an object, you can safely call its methods or access its properties. Otherwise, you can handle the error case appropriately.

By adding this check, you can avoid calling methods on arrays and prevent the “Fatal error: Call to a member function get_class_name() on array” error from occurring.

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