“In the previous section, you learned how to associate stored and computed properties with instances of a particular type. The properties on your instance of TV are separate from the properties on my instance of TV.
However, the type itself may also need properties that are common across all instances. These properties are called type properties.”
First block of senteces are kinda clear but second part is like its shouldn’t suppose to be there.
From where “itself” and in italics came from that may also need properties ?
Why word “however” is there and what it has to do with the context ?
Can someone explain ?
If “type itself” means “type struct Tv” then it should be specified to which type author refers to … or its confusing does it mean type itself … i.e new type called itself or type struct Tv which was in previous example.
p.s. English is not my second language.
"Only when you ask for the circumference property is pi calculated and assigned a value.”
Sorry but who is constructing sentences like this ? Google translate ?