Builtn super() function. How to use it with multiple inheritance? And why should I use it at all?
greg.ewing at canterbury.ac.nz
Sun Aug 1 03:13:18 CEST 2010
Steven D'Aprano wrote:
> Assuming you accurately tell it the current class, can you give an
> example where super() doesn't refer to a superclass of the current class?
I think we're all confusing each other in this discussion
by not being clear enough about what we mean by the "current
In a call super(C, self), there are two possible things it
could mean: the class C, or the type of self.
Obviously it will return some class in the mro of self,
but as Brian Victor's example demonstrates, it *doesn't*
necessarily return a class in the mro of C.
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