On Tue, 13 Aug 2002, Kent Dahl wrote:

> I take it you mean that the overriding change should only propagate
> downwards, as if you had defined the class variable at that particual
> subclass?
> - Use instance methods. Instance methods are made for overriding, class
> variables not so.
> - Use real class instance variables instead of class variables. (Might
> be hard to do if you still want to propagate the variables downwards,
> since a subclass is a totally different object.)
>
> But it really depends alot on what you want to be able to do with the
> variable.
>
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