Classes, Inheritance - Stupid lazy question
Just van Rossum
just at letterror.com
Wed Apr 12 13:44:06 CEST 2000
"Michael Hudson" <mwh21 at cam.ac.uk> wrote in message
> another option is:
> class paul(lazy):
> super = lazy
> def __init__(self, name):
> self.april_pay = 0
> def fired(self):
> print "Here's a box, collect the things from your desk"
At 6:18 PM +0800 12-04-2000, Paul Gresham wrote:
>I like this solution a lot, it makes a lot of sense. Thanks Michael.
>I guess somewhere in Python is a defined route back to the super class, on a
>better day I may just dig through the code.
Actually, the above is flawed, too:
super = paul # possibly needed for *other* method overrides...
b = bob()
b.fired() # <-- kaboom!
It's really best to call the overridden method explicitly.
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