On Jul 3, 2005, at 3:31 PM, Eric Mahurin wrote:

> 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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self.class.superclass.instance_method(:some_method).bind(self).call 
(*args)