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Why is the output 1994? function person(name, age) { this.name= name; this.age = age; this.yearOfBirth = bornYear; } function bornYear() { return 2016 - this.age; } var p = new person("A", 22); document.write(p.yearOfBirth()); // Outputs 1994

2/6/2018 3:43:46 AM

Timothy Allen Johnson II

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Simple: 2016 - 22 = 1994.😂 Explanation: since p is a new person object, you just have to replace the 'this' with 'p'. So p.yearOfBirth() is a method that calls the bornYear function. And the bornYear function returns the value of 2016 - 22.

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What do you expect? Someone who is 22 in 2016, was born around 1994.

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Oops, so simple.... “-“ overlooked the operator

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as we know this operator give the current location so in the person object we passed 22 and in the function definition born year we returned 2016- this.age where this.age will be substrated from 2016. the value of this.age is 22