Anybody know of a way to call an arbitrary method in the
superclass?  In the current method, you can use "super" to call
the same method of the superclass, but how do you call another?
 The only way I can think of off hand is to alias the
superclass methods to something else before creating the
derived class definition.  But, that seems kind of ugly.  It
seems like there should be a way to call it directly using
superclass or something.




		
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