Is this really neccessary?


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Sorry, just a question… in this excercise it talks about a way to override overrides?

If you don’t want to override a override, shouldn’t you just cancel the function, instead of doing something like this, “return super(Derived, self).m()” ?

Thank you for reading this confused and useless post.


When the derived class has a method with the same name as one in the parent class, the derived method overrides the parent’s. However, we still have access to the parent’s method via super().