Multiple inheritance, super() and changing signature
greg.ewing at canterbury.ac.nz
Sat Jun 4 07:52:59 EDT 2016
Ian Kelly wrote:
> It can't belong to a subclass; the MRI guarantees that. But it's not
> necessarily a superclass either.
Er, yes, what I really meant to say was that it could
be a class that got introduced into the MRO as a result
of someone else subclassing your class.
So when you make a super call, you really have *no idea*
what it's going to call.
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