I want to know OOP. I basically do, but I want to get the syntax all the way down and also ALSO be able to use them, which I’ve only done to the extent that I’ve copied fabulous OOP luminaries’ code. So far, I don’t have much to say, but it is just! so! important! that I make a note of what I learn when I learn it.

var functionName = function (parameter) {
    this.thing = newThing
var objectName = new Object();
objectName.methodName = "methodQuality";
objectName.functionName = functionName;  // this is what I'm having trouble understanding.

Hm. That’s.. that’s not really clear. the this piece of the object creation reminds me a bit of the confusing nature of self in Python. Is that a reasonable analogy?

Going to copy this piece from the codecademy lesson: “Then when we say objectName.functionName = functionName; (line 9), it means whenever we type objectName.functionName( ), this.thing in the functionName method will refer to objectName.methodName.” Maybe I just need to whisper that to myself mystically while sailing along on my bike. Yes, that must be the answer!*

*I’ll get there : )