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Holger Liesegang50,595 Points
let's make this really simple. You've got 3 people (instances/objects) - for example: Britney, Herbert and yourself. Now you might want to refer to Britney's arm, Herber's leg and your head from your point (the actual instance/object) of view/perspective: that would be something like britney.arm, herbert.leg and (your)SELF.head. That's of course not the complete truth of this matter but you might want to think of this like that when starting with object oriented programming :-)
Kind Regards Holger