This is part of Ryan Frishberg's article on JavaScript: http://www.sitepoint.com/oriented-programming-1/

Code:
function myFunc(StringValue){  <br>  
      this.StringValue = StringValue;  <br>  
    }  <br>  
      <br>  
    var myObject = new myFunc("This is myObject's string");  <br>  
    var myObject2 = new myFunc("This is a String");  <br>  
    alert(myObject.StringValue); // displays "This is myObject's string"  <br>  
    alert(myObject2.StringValue); // displays "This is a String"
He writes, "In the myFunc() constructor, this.StringValue refers to the property being assigned to the newly created object, while StringValue refers to the functionís local variable that was passed as an argument."

What does he refer to as "newly created object"?