I'm having trouble understanding the difference between Ruby's mixins
and "ordinary" multiple inheritance. Can someone explain to me how
mixins are different from, say, C++'s version of multiple inheritance?
Which of C++'s problems has Ruby avoided? Is there anything you can do
with multiple inheritance that you can't do with mixins?


Adam Spitz



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