If I have code like:

class A
	def foo
		puts "A::foo"
	end
end

class B < A
	def foo
		puts "B::foo"
	end
	def bar
		# call A::foo
	end
end

Is there a legal way to call A::foo from B::bar?

I would have thought that super gave access to the scope of the parent for 
function calls, but I guess it only acts this way for methods named the same as 
the current caller.  So is there a way todo something like

super.foo #-> "A::foo" 

from bar?

I thought I read somewhere that you could but it's possible i am confusing ruby 
with another language.

Thanks,

Charlie