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Thread: Inheritance

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    I have a class A that inherits another class B and calls a method in Class B. That method in turn calls another method which is overridable in Class B. Now, I want the inner method to be created in the calling Class A. But I noticed that the control comes to the first method in Class B and then goes to the inner method in Class B itself. Is it possible to bypass that inner method and call my overrided method instead?

    Last edited by hersh; July 20th, 2016 at 08:14 PM.

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    Re: Inheritance

    Post some code.

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