Gregor Heine writes:
 > I have two Python classes, say A and B, where B subclasses A.
 > If I want to call a method in A from an overridden method in B I can either
 > use:
 > B.inheritedAttribute('method_in_A')(self. *args)
 > or:
 > A.method_in_A (self, *args)
 > Can anybody explain me the differences between those two, because the second
 > one seems (at least in the context of Zope Products) not always to work
 > properly whereas the first one doesn't look very OO'ish and is (AFAIK) not a
 > Python function but something coming from Zope.
It is documented in the "ExtensionClass" documentation.

In my Zope installation (ZopeCVS), it is located in


Until recently, it has been elsewhere.


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