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Hi,

I am learning javascript, trying out the below code, it is not working.
Just wanted to check if the below is feasible.

<html>
<script type = 'text/javascript'>
function call1()
{
this.c = 10;
document.write("call done");
}
function call2()
{
cta = new call1();
//document.write("call2"+cta.c);
}
function execute(){
var abc = new call2();
document.write(abc.cta.c); // can I do like this. if this is wrong any other way.

}
</script>
<body>
<input type = button onclick = "execute()"/>
</body>
</html>
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I have created a function "call1". This has a variable "C".
, and created an object for it in another function "call2"
then created a function "execute" to create an object for "call2"
now wanted to access the variable "C" in "call1" through "call2"

Is it possible to do like that?
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Question by:sakthikumar
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cta = new call1();
should be
this.cta = new call1();
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by:sakthikumar
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Excellent Thanks:)
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by:sakthikumar
ID: 41748255
Hi Gauthier,

If you could give me the reason for this, it would be very helpful to me.

Thanks,
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