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Thu Feb 17 19:20:42 CET 2000
Joshua C. Marshall <jayantha at ccs.neu.edu> wrote:
> Given a class object, is there a way to get at its superclass object?
the thing you're looking for is "__bases__"
(it's called "base class" in python, and you can
have more than one)
>>> class A:
>>> class B(A):
(<class __main__.A at 795410>,)
to check if a class is a subclass to any other
class, use "issubclass":
>>> issubclass(B, A)
>>> issubclass(A, B)
hope this helps!
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