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How to use same selector from previous function!

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Hey guys please please help to understand THIS on javascript.

 

I am trying to use THIS to select the same selector from parent function.

 

Here's example:

function Animate() {
  console.log("Clicked!");
  TweenMax.to("#thing", 1, {onStart: a});
}

function a() {
  console.log("Yeah!");
  TweenMax.to(this, 1, {y: "100px"});
}

I know this is clever but I want to know how to select the same selector from parent function. Same as THIS.

See the Pen amNXGG by Waren_Gonzaga (@Waren_Gonzaga) on CodePen

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Just do this.

function a() {
  console.log("Yeah!");
  TweenMax.to(this.target, 1, {y: "100px"});
}

If you get confused about THIS, just log it out and you can examine it. If you're trying to use THIS, and it's the window, you're probably have a scope problem.

console.log(this);
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Just do this.

function a() {
  console.log("Yeah!");
  TweenMax.to(this.target, 1, {y: "100px"});
}

If you get confused about THIS, just log it out and you can examine it. If you're trying to use THIS, and it's the window, you're probably have a scope problem.

console.log(this);

Hey buddy you're awesome! Thanks for help it works!

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