On 8/25/07, Trans <transfire / gmail.com> wrote:
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> Sure. That was just the "opposite" example of what I was trying to do.
> Ie. rather than binding a super method to the current context, I'm
> trying to bind a method "as if" to a super context.
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> Also, I realized that delegation is out of the question for what I'm
> trying to do. So I will have to deal with this issue in some fashion.
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Had a thought, what if you do "reverse" delegation?
Instead of having a subclass instance delegate to an instance of super
class, have a super class delegate to an instance of a subclass

I don't know how feasible this idea is, as I don't know your class
hierarchy, but it's an idea.
> Thanks,
> T.
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