What are super()'s semantics?
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Tue Sep 5 08:27:37 CEST 2006
"Michele Simionato" <michele.simionato at gmail.com> wrote in
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> Anyway, the MRO concept is documented here:
A very edifying document. Indeed, in "Nutshell" Alex M. mentions your
paper at the end of his high-level explanation of the MRO. In my infinite
wisdom, I had chosen not to follow up by reading about the nitty-gritty
As I mentioned in another post, it wasn't my lack of understanding of the
MRO per se that tripped me up. I somehow managed to know that in Alex's
example, an instance of the D class would have an MRO of essentially (D, C,
B, A), and yet not realize that this was strangly similar to the output of
the example. D'oh!
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