fxm wrote:KeyPgThis → fxm [Added a link to BYREF (parameters) in the Description paragraph]
It's short but useful because it sends the reader that may face problems to the pages where he will find the answers. The Byref Parameter page itself contain all the links needed.
The Byref page has this note:
Note: A constant or a literal expression can also be passed to such a procedure (which gets by reference), but they are obviously not modifiable. In that case, the compiler passes by reference a temporary variable initialized with the constant or the literal expression.
I'm not sure, are we facing this case with THIS?
Sorry but I think I have a last question on a detail. In the THIS doc page, we read:
The only times when you need to qualify member names with This is when the member name is hidden, for example, by a local variable or parameter.
I'm not sure here also, but officially shouldn't we say "shadowed"? Or "masked"? I'm not a perfect english reader but I think I remember of something similar in the VB documentation.