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What is `self`? I'm having a hard time wrapping my head around it
Where is the "click below" part to get more information about
Nathan BarnesCourses Plus Student 13,996 Points
Remember that the 'self' keyword means the instance acting on itself, so when you create an object and call a method that uses the self keyword within its body, then the actions within that method will be applied to the object calling the method.
Hope that clears it up.
You can make multiple instances of the class like table2, table3 .. tableN. so for each tableN the class methods knows its talking about the table its calling the method from not just table3.