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Re: Python's super() considered super!

Michele Simionato
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On Friday, May 27, 2011 10:49:52 AM UTC+2, Ben Finney wrote:
> The exquisite care that you describe programmers needing to maintain is IMO
> just as much a deterrent as the super-is-harmful essay.

Worth quoting. Also I think this article may encourage naive programmers along the dark path of cooperative multiple inheritance, when they could instead use better designs.
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