Pure virtual functions in Python?
ivlenin at gmail.com
Sat Feb 20 21:04:21 CET 2010
On Sat, 20 Feb 2010 08:12:01 -0800, lallous wrote:
> How can I do something similar to pure virtual functions in C++ ?
>From what you want, it seems like you want cb() to not be called if it
isn't implemented in the derived class; this isn't really what pure
virtual functions in C++ do - pure virtual functions enforce, at compile
time, that the derived class implements the method.
If you have a situation when you want to either call a derived class's
version of cb(), or do nothing, can you not just have an implementation
of cb() in the base class that does nothing, i.e.
def cb(self, param1, param2):
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