Ways of new
adachipro at yahoo.com
Tue May 6 06:10:43 UTC 2003
Derek Brans wrote:
> I think 'super new initialize' runs the risk of
initializing the object
> more than once
> (eg., if the super class also defines new as 'super
new initialize', you
> are calling initialize at least twice)
If that is the case is there any reason in particular
that an author might wish to use 'super new
initialize' rather than 'self basicNew'?
Thanks for your help,
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