The right way to 'call' a class attribute inside the same class
rosuav at gmail.com
Thu Dec 15 20:17:28 EST 2016
On Fri, Dec 16, 2016 at 11:36 AM, Erik <python at lucidity.plus.com> wrote:
> On 12/12/16 23:23, Chris Angelico wrote:
>> constructor". When you do, there is a 'this' object before you start.
> No there isn't. There is an implicit binding of a variable called "this"
> based on the syntactic sugar of whether you're calling a function as method
> on an object or not.
> In "strict" mode, this has been redefined to be "undefined" (i.e., there is
> no object) for when you're not - otherwise it will be a binding to the
> global "document" object (and in Node.js, I think something else entirely.
> It's a mess ...).
I'm talking about when you call a function as a constructor: "new
Foo()". Doesn't that have a 'this' object before the function starts?
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