[Tutor] Calling ancestors __init__

Danie Roux droux@tuks.co.za
Mon, 9 Oct 2000 15:44:19 -0400

The beauty of OO programming is the ability to let the parent to it's own
setup. In Smalltalk this is super (arguments)

How do I do that in Python? Currently I call from the child object:

ancestor.__init__ (args)

But this seems wrong.

Danie Roux *shuffle* Adore Unix