There is a standard inheritance procedure:
class parent: Def __init __ (Self, * Args): Self._subconstructor () DEF _SUBCONSTRUCTOR (SELF): Pass Class Child (Parent): Def __init __ (Self, * Args): Super () .__ init __ (* Args)
Is it possible in this case to override the behavior of the
_subconstructor method>from the class
Child without overriding
__ init __ Parent class method?
Answer 1, Authority 100%
you can. Describe the method you want to override in heir.