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Many languages have an implicitly declared identifier called this. In languages like Java or C#, this commonly refers to a surrounding object, e.g., to the object on which a method was called. JavaScript also has such an identifier and it is called this.

Posted by Ben_Ripkens  |   Nov 29 2012 / 11:30

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