Inheritance/Late Private Binding
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Thu Jul 7 02:55:57 CEST 2005
Jeremy Moles wrote:
> Forgive me if this topic has been brought up before, but I was curious
> as to why I was getting this behavior and was hoping someone
> knowledgeable could explain. :)
> I "feel" like even without the explicit call to a simple base ctor(),
> mangling should still happen correctly. This doesnt, however, seem to be
> the case...
How is mangling happening incorrectly?
Functions in base classes that are overridden by subclasses aren't
Also, I think using the term "ctor()" is confusing since you don't seem
to have anything callable named ctor. As for the constructor, just call
it __init__, it will avoid confusion with __new__.
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