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Danny Kilkenny4,507 Points
Why self.strength instead of just strength
I don't understand why Pasan uses "self.strength" instead of just using "strength". Could someone explain that to me. Here's the code below
Whenever you need to access/use an object's property within that object's definition, you must use the keyword self and dot notation.
To put this into perspective, when you want to access the strength property outside the Tower object, what do you do ?
Similarly, when you need to access/use the strength property within the object, you write :
Hope this helps. However, if it doesn't, do ask away.