aidy.lewis / googlemail.com wrote:
> why does ruby use single inheritance and not utilise multiple
> superclasses like python?
> 
> aidy
> 

Ruby does support it ;) It just looks a bit different and is called 
mixin's: http://www.rubycentral.com/book/tut_modules.html but at least 
from the point where I can say it at the moment, it feels in use exaclty 
like multiple inheritances.


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