And there I am stuck again.
All my books tell me but in the abstract, that
[purple]"this" would be a keyword that refers to the current object.[/purple]
But I can't make any definite sense of that.
What is a [blue][italic]current[/italic] object[/blue]?
(Isn't "this" itself an object?)
Object -- object --- That robs my sleep!!
There must be something here (about the idea of "object"), which I have not yet fundamently understood.
If by this message, I could get something more [blue][italic][b]"visible"[/b][/italic][/blue]which does explain, what on earth 'THIS' might be.
I was thinking:
If I only had two or three non-elaborate, but
with [green][b]"nuts and bolts"[/b][/green], including [CODE]this.[/CODE].
That might be helpfull....
(I am sure, you will have a better idea)
I would be really happy for anything, which could give me a clue to:
"What kind of object ist 'THIS'?" .
Thank you in advance.:-)