Re: When ‘super’ is not a good idea

alex23 wuwei23 at
Wed Oct 7 19:02:32 EDT 2009

Jean-Michel Pichavant <jeanmic... at> wrote:
> alex23 wrote:
> > To me, the explicit reference to the base class violates DRY. It also
> > means you need to manually change all such references should the base
> > class ever change, something that using super() avoids.
> I found the correct answer
> (

I'm not entirely sure how an opinion + explanation of the underlying
mechanics is more or less "correct" than a development principle...

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