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Thread: how does the keyword "this" work?

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    Default how does the keyword "this" work?

    hi im new to java and i was wondering about some of the keyword variables as ive already gotten the hang of some of the other ones such as int , do , for , while and so on but as i was looking at other peoples programs ( as i do it for guidance by the way ) i noticed the keyword this

    does anyone know what "this" does?

    please let me know

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    Default Re: how does the keyword "this" work?

    this() can be used to invoke the current class or constructor. As an action in support of an argument. System.out.printlin(this);
    public Main(int x) {
        this.x = x;
      }
    Last edited by Helium c2; November 30th, 2023 at 01:48 AM. Reason: add a part of a program

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