Sean O'Dell wrote:
> TrueClass responds to "clone" but when you call it, the method just throws an 
> error that says "can't clone TrueClass."  How can I tell when an objects 
> support a given method if they implement them but then raise exceptions?  Is 
> there some other methodology I should use?

Interesting question. I suppose you could always catch the exception
and then set your own flag that says you can't clone.

This raises the question in my mind of whether the clone method should
simply be removed from such classes.


Hal