[plt-scheme] hey ! where's send super

From: ifconfig (ifconfignslookup at hotmail.com)
Date: Wed Mar 3 06:01:30 EST 2004

Don't you need to inherit and rename the field as in (inherit (rename
[super-write write])) or something like that?

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[mailto:plt-scheme-admin at list.cs.brown.edu] On Behalf Of Robby Findler
Sent: Wednesday, March 03, 2004 6:25 AM
To: briand at aracnet.com
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Subject: Re: [plt-scheme] hey ! where's send super

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Use `rename' to get access to the super.

  (rename [super-write write])
  (define/override (write)
    (printf "my writing\n")


At Tue, 2 Mar 2004 20:18:35 -0800, briand at aracnet.com wrote:
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> I just _know_ that I'm not interpreting the use of class.ss correctly.
> Probably the answer is something to do with interfaces, I'm sure :-)
> Class A inherits class B
> class A has a write routine which writes out thing specific to A (not
> inherited from B).
> it then does send-super to write out those things which are specific
> to class B
> Only it doesn't do that because:
> 1.  I can't redefine the write routine without overriding it and I'm
> certainly not going to re-write the write routine to handle A & B
> because completely defeats the purpose.
> 2.  there's no send-super even if I could do this.
> and the write(hehe) way to do this is ?
> Thanks
> Brian

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