Oh for the love of friggin' PETE!  I spent an hour on this!!!!!!!!!!

I wish you were here so you could smack me with bat.

Thanks!

Mike

On 2005-08-30 13:28:46 -0700, Jamey Cribbs <cribbsj / oakwood.org> said:

> Michael Jessop wrote:
> 
>> I have two simple classes.  One inherits from the other and calls 
>> "super()" in its initialize method.  But the super does not seem to do 
>> what I expect it to do.   I expect the super() to initialize two 
>> variables, but when I call the method to display the initialized 
>> errors, I do not get the value (it things @errmsg is nil).  Here they 
>> are:
>> 
>> class DBBase
>>  def initalize
>>    @failed = false
>>    @errmsg = 'n/a'
>>  end
> 
> The initialize method in class DBBase is spelled incorrectly.
> 
> Jamey
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