To denote the current receiver, you use
In a member of a class,
thisrefers to the current object of that class.
In an extension function or a function literal with receiver
thisdenotes the receiver parameter that is passed on the left-hand side of a dot.
this has no qualifiers, it refers to the innermost enclosing scope. To refer to
this in other scopes, label qualifiers are used:
this from an outer scope (a class, extension function, or labeled function literal with receiver) you write
@label is a label on the scope
this is meant to be from:
When you call a member function on
this, you can skip the
this. part. If you have a non-member function with the same name, use this with caution because in some cases it can be called instead: