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Default what is the this keyword

public void CopyTo(Cards targetCards)
      {
         for (int index = 0; index < this.Count; index++)
         {
            targetCards[index] = this[index];
         }
      }

The code above is called via objectName.CopyTo(cards)
cards is an collection....

what is the this refering to... is it... objectName.count, where objecctName is a collection.

thanks Larry.....






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