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This keyword (In a Constructor Method)

Hi there ,

Could someone please explain me (using an example if possible) as I am trying for hours now Microsoft docs and going Jamie's video back and forth but I still do not get it . why we are using this inside MapLocation constructor

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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Inside a constructor, the keyword "this" refers to the new object that is being constructed.

It gives you a way to access the object — and its properties — without knowing its name (and before the object even has a name assigned).

Steven thank you for the clarification!