howto overload with a NOP (empty statement)

Vasily Sulatskov redvasily at gmail.com
Sat Jan 6 11:36:26 CET 2007


class Power_Supply (device):
    def execute (self):
        pass

Stef Mientki wrote:
> How should I overload / disable a method ?
> In the example below I have defined the class "Power_Supply", derived
> from baseclass "device".
> The baseclass has a method "execute", which will be implemented in most
> derived classes, but not in all.
> Now apparently it's not allowed to overload a method with an empty
> statement.
> I could write a nonsense dummy statement, like "A= 3", but isn't there
> another way ?
>
> thanks, Stef Mientki
>
> class device:
>    def execute (self):
>      print 'execute not yet implemented for', self.Name
> 
> 
> class Power_Supply (device):
>    def execute (self): ;




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