> if you have multilayered inheritance you may explicitely say which 
> anceStor class you are calling, like foo::print().

two typos in a few words are definitely too much, sorry :)

BTW, although almost all class specification is dynamic you cannot 
dynamically specify a class name in fron of the :: operator. A bug, most 

$myclass = 'foo';

will produce a weird parse error.



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