I am working on the Lab Day at the Races- what is unclear to me and reading other posts it isnt getting any clearer- when is THIS
example... if RUN() method is in the Greyhound class- which as a MyPictureBox field- and I have an object dog.
then in the run method do I really have to reference the location as
.MyPictureBox.Location or could it just be MyPictureBox.Location?
everything within the dog Greyhound class is related to the object- therefore the refernce to the MyPictureBox would be for dog correct? so adding a "this
" would be redundant? or am I mis-thinking this whole thing?
or is there a 'standard' that states it is better to use the "this
" in ~this
thanks for any insight...