I have two classes in python, and a third which inherits from the first two:
class A(): def __init__(var1, var2): self.var1 = var1 self.var2 = var2 def MyFunc(): #do stuff class B(): def __init__(var1): self.var1 = var1 def MyFunc(): #do other stuff class C(A,B): def __init__(self, var1, var2, var3) A.__init__(self,var1, var2) B.__init__(self, var3)
As you might notice both classes have different functions bearing the same name. Doing the following:
>>> classC = C(1,2,3) >>> classC.MyFunc()
Appears to work but I would like to be sure of which
MyFunc function I am calling. How do I control which function from my subclasses is being called?