super with only one argument
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Tue Mar 15 02:42:08 CET 2005
"Michele Simionato" <michele.simionato at gmail.com> wrote in message
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>I asked myself the same question and I am not convinced
> that using 'super' with one argument really makes sense
> (i.e. IMO it is more a liability than an asset). BTW, I have a set
> of notes on the tricky aspects of 'super' you may be interested in.
> Michele Simionato
Wouldn't you use it to access the overridden version
of a static method?
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