Multiple inheritance, super() and changing signature

Gregory Ewing greg.ewing at
Fri Jun 3 21:10:50 EDT 2016

Ben Finney wrote:
> With classes all inheriting ultimately from ‘object’ (as all Python 3
> classes do, and as all current Python 2 classes should), mutliple
> inheritance inevitably places your classes in a diamond inheritance
> pattern.

That's usually harmless, though, because object provides
very little functionality of its own.


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