invoking a method from two superclasses
pavlovevidence at gmail.com
Wed Jul 1 01:37:19 EDT 2009
On Jun 30, 9:15 pm, "Gabriel Genellina" <gagsl-... at yahoo.com.ar>
> En Tue, 30 Jun 2009 21:34:02 -0300, Mitchell L Model
> <MLMLi... at comcast.net> escribi :
> > Allow me to add to my previous question that certainly the superclass
> > methods can be called explicitly without resorting to super(), e.g.:
> > class C(A, B):
> > def __init__(self):
> > A.__init__(self)
> > B.__init__(self)
> > My question is really whether there is any way of getting around the
> > explicit class names by using super() and if not, shouldn't the
> > documentation
> > of super point out that if more than one class on the mro defines a
> > method
> > only the first will get called?
> super returns [a proxy to] the *next* class in the MRO chain; it may or
> may not be a superclass of C (it may be a sibling class instead).
It could be even a niece class.
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