regular: function () { return this }, // ok
arrow: () => { return this } // you mean undefined?

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    So I just discovered this a few hours ago..... Please someone, explain... I can't comprehend
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    According to MDN
    "An arrow function expression has a shorter syntax compared to function expressions and DOES NOT BIND ITS OWN THIS, ARGUMENTS, SUPER, OR NEW.TARGET ..." I troubled with it while coding an mvc app and found out the use of them as kind of specific scenarios @dennie170
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    @vzqzac Ah ok.. thanks for the info!
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