Originally posted by Jessica Sant: Right... normally you use the keyword 'this' to differentiate between a local variable and an class variable... like this:
Yeah, thats the way I always do it, but be aware that there are some stupid things you can do wrong that make it very difficult to debug. If you accidentally spell the parameter name wrong...
Now the variables in this.value=value both refer to the same variable. It won't fail, but nothing will happen and you'll get frustrated and then annoyed. Possibly followed by anger and violence. Didn't stop me from doing it though.